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Carol Bash

Paradox Films
Founder and President
Carol Bash is the Founder and President of Paradox Films. "Mary Lou Williams: The Lady Who Swings the Band," is the company’s premier project. The documentary will be broadcast nationally on PBS in 2015. Also in development are: the "Gaze Project," an interactive visual installation; and "We Want Possible," a documentary on the social challenges and growth of assistive technology for people with disabilities. 

Carol has worked with several prestigious documentary production companies in roles ranging from producer, director, cinematographer, coordinating producer, archival researcher and associate producer. Most notably, she worked with Firelight Films on "Freedom Riders," which won three time Primetime Emmy awards; and "A Place of Our Own," which premiered at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival.

Carol also worked with Two-Tone Productions on "Banished," which premiered at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival. And she has worked with Kunhardt Productions on the groundbreaking four-part PBS series, "African American Lives."

Prior to her career as an independent filmmaker, she worked in broadcast television at CBS News.