Andrew Rossi is a director, producer and cinematographer of documentaries. His most recent film, "Page One: Inside The New York Times" takes viewers to the front lines of the debate about the future of newspapers, following writers on the media desk at the New York Times. "Page One" premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and is being co-distributed by Magnolia Pictures, Participant Media and History Films, the people behind such films as "An Inconnvenient Truth" and "Food, Inc.". Previously Andrew directed "A Table In Heaven," an HBO feature documentary about the owners of New York eatery Le Cirque, and "The Sky Did Not Fall," a piece about the effort to legalize same sex marriage in Massachusetts. Andrew was also an associate producer on the documentary "Control Room" about the Arab news network Al Jazeera. Andrew is a graduate of Yale University and Harvard Law School.