Lindsay Van Dyke is a filmmaker and writer based in Brooklyn, NY (for now). Currently she works as an associate producer for Vice on HBO's latest venture, Vice News Tonight.
Previously she worked as a co-producer and associate producer on America Divided, a docuseries examining inequality in the U.S. The show is executive produced by Norman Lear, Shonda Rhimes and Common and features narratives around inequality in education, housing, healthcare, labor, criminal justice and the political system, all woven into an eight-story, four-and-half hour series.
While living in Mexico City on a Fulbright Fellowship she began production on a documentary, Guest, which will be finished in 2017. There she also wrote a feature length script, Letter Run, which placed as a quarterfinalist in the Academy Nicholl Fellowship. Her other writing has appeared in Glamour Magazine and Truthout.
She also runs Treat Films - more about that below.