The toxic water of Flint, Michigan, reminded us that lead is a persistent poison. Reveal investigates the lurking threat of lead from the dust of urba
Michael I Schiller is an Emmy Award-winning producer and director whose work spans animation, radio and documentary film.
“The Dead Unknown,” a video series he directed about the crisis of America's unidentified dead, earned a national News and Documentary Emmy Award, national Edward R. Murrow Award and national Society of Professional Journalists Sigma Delta Chi Award.
His 2015 animated documentary short film “The Box,” about youth solitary confinement, was honored with a video journalism award from the Society of Professional Journalists’ Northern California chapter, a San Francisco International Film Festival Golden Gate Award and a New Orleans Film Festival special jury prize, and it was nominated for a national News and Documentary Emmy for new approaches.
Schiller was one the producers of the pilot episode of the Peabody Award-winning Reveal radio show and podcast. He continues to regularly produce audio documentaries for the weekly public radio show, which airs on over 450 stations nationwide. Schiller is based in Reveal's Emeryville, California, office.
This week, Reveal investigates the lurking threat of lead from the dust of urban demolitions to the wilds of Wyoming.
Bernard Madoff may be a fading memory from the past, but for reporter Steve Fishman, the fallen financier’s story holds lessons for today.
Tennessee is the third state in the nation to require police to enter all missing persons into a national database of the unidentified dead to improve the chances of matches between the two.
This graphic novel tells the story of Ismael “Izzy” Nazario and the time he spent as a teen in solitary confinement in New York City’s Rikers Island jail. This story is based on an investigation by The Center for Investigative Reporting and was created using transcripts from interviews with Nazario.
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