Victoria Lewis has directed, edited, and produced award-winning documentaries in the Bay Area for twenty years. Her first documentary, Live Water, explores water dowsing and was screened at the Telluride Film Festival. In 1993 she directed and co-produced a program for NOVA, Anastasia: Dead or Alive? about the missing Russian princess that was followed by Mystery of the Last Tsar, a murder mystery that investigates the fate of the Romanov family. This film was broadcast on the Discovery Channel where it was nominated for a CableACE Award. She also is a production designer and worked on Nina Takes a Lover, Swing, and Broken Arrows. She has just completed The Box Show, that follows artists in West Marin as they create an extraordinary art show. She is currently developing a feature length documentary that examines the history of women's roles in exploitation films, Women in Sinema. This project received a development grant from Film Arts Foundation and she was selected as one of thirty top filmmakers in the Bay Area to be profiled in FAF’s 30th Anniversary issue.