Kaleb Wentzel-Fisher is a Berlin-based filmmaker from the U.S. He finished his first feature film, Sankofa, which was produced by Molly Aida Film and was premiered at the Zagreb Fantastic Film Festival in Croatia in 2014. Kaleb has made films and music since his early teens. He studied audio engineering and production at the McNally Smith School of Music while teaching himself video production. He has spent the last decade working on motion pictures for the film industry, teaching seminars and workshops, and creating his own films and music. After developing curricula and teaching film and audio production at the Media Arts Collaborative Charter School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, he moved to Berlin to write and direct independent feature films. He is currently developing his newest project, a documentary film entitled Concrete Empire (www.concrete-empire.com), in collaboration with Molly Aida Film. Kaleb's work has been featured on MTV, Canal+, IFC, SilverDocs Film Festival, Current TV, Vimeo Staff Picks and more.