Emily Kinskey is a multimedia journalist and documentary filmmaker who works primarily in the Middle East and Central America. Her work focuses on migration and identity of persecuted subcultures and is characterized by collaborative videography and innovative multimedia. She frequently produces, shoots and edits documentary films for outlets including NBC News, CNN, Fusion, AJ+, Ensia, as well as humanitarian clients including IRC, Amnesty International, CARE, and Malteser International. Her first independent feature, So Close to the Sky, documents the shifting cultural identity of Panama's indigenous Ngäbe-Buglé as they navigate land and human rights abuses. The film is currently in post-production.