Brad Lichtenstein is president of 371 Productions. His latest film, As Goes Janesville, about how GOP Vice Presidential nominee Paul Ryan’s hometown tries to reinvent itself amid the loss of its century-old GM plant and the civil war in Wisconsin over unions, is playing festivals across the country and airs on PBS’s Independent Lens series (October 8, 2012 and late January 2013). He’s produced many films for PBS, including Caught in the Crossfire, about Arab New Yorkers in the wake of 9/11, and Almost Home, still featured in workshops on aging around the U.S. Ghosts of Attica was awarded a Dupont-Columbia Award for Excellence in Journalism. Lichtenstein founded docUWM, a documentary center at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where he taught from 2003 to 2008. What We Got: DJ Spooky’s Quest for the Commons, a transmedia project-in-progress, is funded by Creative Capital. Lichtenstein is an artist leader in Creative Capital’s Professional Development Program.