| Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject|
Bryn Mooser, Olivia Wilde, Gareth Seltzer, Martha Loretta Rogers, Martha Rogers
Body Team 12, Baseball in the Time of Cholera, Sun City Picture House, The Rider and the Storm
David Darg is an American filmmaker and humanitarian. He co-founded a media company RYOT with Bryn Mooser. He received critical praise for his documentary Body Team 12 which garnered him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short Subject) at the 88th Academy Awards.
David has spent over a decade as a humanitarian first responder and frontline contributor for Reuters, the BBC and CNN, covering some of the world's largest natural disasters and wars. As Vice President of Operation Blessing International, he has traveled to over 100 countries with experience in cross sector humanitarian development and relief work.
David is the co-founder of RYOT News - a news site that connects every news story to actions. David was named one of Esquire Magazine's "2012 Americans of the Year" for his work in Haiti as well as a "Hollywood Maverick" by Details magazine for his documentary work in crisis and disaster zones.2010: Sun City Picture House
2012: Baseball in the Time of Cholera
2013: The Rider and The Storm
2015: Body Team 12
2016: The Rugby Boys of Memphis
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