Lindsay Van Dyke is a filmmaker based in Brooklyn, NY (for now). Currently she produces long lead stories for Vice on HBO's Emmy-nominated venture, Vice News Tonight.
Previously she worked as a co-producer and associate producer on the Izzy Award winning series America Divided, a docuseries examining inequality in the U.S. The show is executive produced by Norman Lear, Shonda Rhimes and Common.
While living in Mexico City on a Fulbright Fellowship she began production on a documentary, Guest, which will be released in 2017. There she also wrote a feature length script, Letter Run, which placed as a quarterfinalist in the Academy Nicholl Fellowship. Her other writing has appeared in Glamour Magazine, VICE, and Truthout.
She also runs Treat Films - a production company focusing on narrative and documentary films and music videos.