Matt Lauterbach is a documentary filmmaker and editor, an educational media developer, and an advocate for accessible media. He crafts engaging non-fiction content for classrooms, museums, and the big screen. Matt served as Post Production Manager (2012-2014) at Kartemquin Films during two of the most productive years in the organization’s 50-year history. As an editor, he has shaped over a dozen documentaries, including: American Arab (2013, America ReFramed); The Trials of Muhammad Ali (2014, Independent Lens); Saving Mes Aynak (2014); There Are Jews Here (2016, America ReFramed); Unbroken Glass (2016, America ReFramed); ’63 Boycott (2017, WORLD Channel); Look Away, Look Away (2021); and For the Left Hand (2021). He recently founded All Senses Go, an initiative that empowers filmmakers to create barrier-free media with captions, audio description, and accessible websites and screenings.