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Writer, Director, Producer

NY Based Spanish-Middle Eastern-Latino-Jewish Producer/Writer/Director; 2019 SXSW World Premiere “The Garden Left Behind”; 2018 Hollywood Radio Television Society Fellow; 2017 IFP Narrative lab fellow; 2015 NYSCA Grant-sole recipient, 2014 National Board of Review Best Film Award.

Mr. Wol produced theatrically distributed Golden Lion Winner & Oscar Nominee writer/director Milcho Manchevski's “Bikini Moon” starring Condola Rashad (Showtime: “Billions”) and Sarah Goldberg (HBO: “Barry”); Lincoln Center Film Society Artist Academy Fellow Flavio Alves’ Jerome Foundation grant recipient and GLAAD supported feature film’ “The Garden Left behind” starring 5-time Golden Globe winner Ed Asner and Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs) and 50 Trans Gendered actors; “Tom in America” starring Academy nominees Burt Young and Sally Kirkland; and Sundance Short program alumni Doug Karr’s feature narrative: “Art Machine” starring Golden Globe nominee Joey Lauren Adams, Christopher Abbott (“James White”), Joseph Cross (HBO's’ “Pretty Little Lies"), and Jessica Szohr.

Mr. Wol is currently in post with an Untitled Romantic Comedy starring 6-time Emmy Nominee George Wendt and Muslim-American comedian Mo Amer who recently launched his Netflix Special. Mr. Wol’s award winning broadcast directing work has been numerously featured on New York Times, Refinery29 and focus on Jewish values, minority subjects, family dramas, immigrating and counter cultures.

Mr. Wol also serves as a film jury in film festivals internationally and is the founder of a unique crowdfunding model running on eBay and is currently writing a book about independent film producing.