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Jury 2020

Chris Schueler has produced over 100 TV program content over the past 25 years, which has received 26 regional Emmy® Awards. With a focus on educational and social issues, he creates program content for young people as well as documentaries which are described as "television that touches the heart". His innovative approach to programming content was the focus of his TED talk, which he held recently. This focus on the audience is a process that has been crucial for the social transformation of his work with clients of the United Nations, the National Institute of Mental Health, the PBS network, the foundation of the CBS network, as well as networks and governments from all over the world World.

Schueler has produced projects on a global scale, including Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Central America, Russia and Africa. His documentaries have attracted public attention and have influenced public policy on a national and international level. The topics of his program content range from solutions for global warming to prejudices about mental health, including topics such as "date violence" and domestic violence, AIDS, alcohol, gambling addiction, opioid addiction and many more. As a director, he has worked with Glenn Close, Bryan Cranston, Sam Donaldson, Montel Williams and many more. The National Broadcast Association for Community Affairs has named him National Innovator of the Year for his News 101 project.

Chris holds a BA in English and Drama from the University of the Pacific (UOP) and a Masters in Dramaturgy and Directing from the University of New Mexico (UNM). This university has also given him its “Lobo Award” and the UOP University has given him the “Alumni Award for Public Servic”. In addition to managing Christopher Productions, Schueler is also the Executive Director of SafeTeen New Mexico, which has been named one of the top six education and development programs in the United States. Because of the quality of his work, Chris Schueler was asked to serve on the New York Festival jury for the past 8 years. He is also the only three-time winner of the Board of Governors Award (Emmy © Award) from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, Rocky Mountain Chapter.