Yoav Potash’s work addresses important social issues of our day. Yoav’s recent film CRIME AFTER CRIME, a documentary about the legal battle to free a victim of abuse from a California prison, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and has won 17 major awards. Yoav has also produced short documentaries and videos for many companies and nonprofits, including: Apple Computer, Neutrogena, Jewish Family and Children’s Services of San Francisco, The David and Lucile Packard Foundation, The Koret Foundation, and the Jewish Community Federation of San Francisco. He has taught film courses at the Bay Area Video Coalition and Academy of Art University, and is a graduate of UC Berkeley, where he received the university’s top prize in creative writing. He is currently writing a screenplay for a major motion picture based on his documentary CRIME AFTER CRIME.