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Who is Adam Hootnick?
Adam Hootnick is an award-winning director and producer of film, television, and other short-form content. His creative career began with news production positions at NBC and MSNBC in the US and Israel, including work with NBC legal correspondent Dan Abrams and NBC Tel Aviv correspondent Martin Fletcher. Hootnick worked as a producer at MTV News & Documentaries covering politics and international affairs worldwide, including news and documentary segments and specials tied to the Iraq war, Supreme Court decisions on gay rights and affirmative action, and the 2004 and 2008 US Presidential elections. Hootnick also directed and produced the critically praised, award-winningdocumentary feature UNSETTLED, following the stories of several young Israelis during the 2005 withdrawal of Israeli settlements and troops from Gaza.
- education: Harvard College
- profession: Film producer, film director, screenwriter, film score composer, film editor
- film written: Unsettled
- film directed: Unsettled
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