An Innovative Documentary and Entertainment Production Company
Re-Emerging Films is an award-winning producer of entertaining and informative films, founded by Journalist, Producer and Filmmaker, Jeff L. Lieberman.  The company’s films have appeared in theatres internationally, and Lieberman‘s work has appeared on CBS, HBO, CNN, FOX and on the websites of Yahoo!, The New York Post, CBS Moneywatch, The Huffington Post and The Hollywood Reporter.

Re-Emerging Films’ upcoming feature film, "Bella!" details the life and political accomplishments of the groundbreaking feminist, activist and pioneering congresswoman, Bella Abzug. Bella’s inspiring story and crusading work on behalf of women, the working class, and the LGBT community is told through brand new interviews with Nancy Pelosi, Barbra Streisand, Hillary Clinton, Shirley MacLaine, Gloria Steinem, Maxine Waters, Lily Tomlin, Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue and many more. 

The firm’s previous film is the highly-acclaimed documentary, “The Amazing Nina Simone” (2015) which played to sold-out audiences in over 100 cinemas in more than 21 countries, remaining in theatres for 4 weeks in several cities.  The award-winning film has been called the best of the three Nina Simone films by The New Yorker Magazine, and  “The Nina Simone film we should all be watching” by Blavity.  It was nominated for Outstanding Documentary by The Black Reel Awards and heralded by The New York Times, BBC News and The Hollywood Reporter for its in-depth research into the often misunderstood singer and civil rights activist.  "The Amazing Nina Simone" is the only documentary film to tell the story of the legendary singer, songwriter, pianist and activist, through over 50 exclusive and intimate interviews with the people who knew Nina best: her friends, family, musicians and fellow activists, including Eric Burdon, Nikki Giovanni, Sam Waymon, Martha Flowers, Horace Ott and Marie Christine Dunham-Pratt.

Lieberman’s Academy Award-Qualifying documentary film, “Re-Emerging: The Jews of Nigeria” was proclaimed as “one of the must-see documentaries of 2013” by New York’s Amsterdam News. The indie favorite premiered in festivals around the world and opened theatrically in New York and Los Angeles. Lieberman ventured into the far corners of Nigeria to document several Igbo communities practicing Judaism, and introduces audiences to the many individuals who insightfully tell of their journeys to discovering Judaism in the fervently Christian/Muslim nation.

The firm has several projects in development including “My Harlem”, a feature narrative confronting gentrification, race and sexuality.