SANJAY RAWAL spent 15 years working on human rights campaigns globally. Rawal also ran initiatives for acclaimed artists and philanthropists, one of whom encouraged him to start making films. His first documentary, Food Chains (2014), was produced by Eva Longoria and Eric Schlosser with narration by Forest Whitaker. The film won numerous awards, was released theatrically in 40 cities by Screen Media, and was acquired by Netflix. Applying narrative cinematic technique, Rawal directed his second feature, a sweeping expedition film, 3100: Run and Become.