Miles Roston is an Emmy nominated director, writer and producer with vast experience working with international broadcasters, producers and talent. He is the writer and director of two feature films (The Confrontation and Three Seconds) presently being in the final stage of financing with producer Thierry Potok (The Bourne Supremacy, The Constant Gardener). Miles has devoted the last 15 years of his production life to documenting and telling stories related to social, human and development issues. Early documentaries of his are God in Government (PBS) the winner of a Cine Golden Eagle, Make It Real (to me) and 14 Million Dreams, on HIV/AIDS'impact worldwide (ABC/Sundance/TG4). He also produced, wrote and directed 25 episodes of the children’s animation television series, Aliens Among Us. In 2013, he completed the feature fiction film Game starring Roy Marsden and Susan Visser produced by Kees Kasander (Peter Greenaway) as well as Refugees Who Needs Them? a theatrical documentary for Keydocs. Amongst his most recent work are the feature documentary The Subversives, (produced with Gaia Audiovisuals) as well as four fictional shorts: Brilliance starring Richard Cordery, Kate Fahy, Patrick O'Kane and Lyne Renee produced by Curlewis Creative, Spier Films and Film Polska, and Home Stories, First Kisses and First Class that are based on real stories of refugees. Miles also has worked as a professional musician and has produced legends such as Al Green and Mick Taylor. He is also the author of two non-fiction books. Taking Away the Distance features a foreword by Nobel Laureate Desmond Tutu. Miles is originally from New York City and graduated from Columbia University.