Gabor Kalman is an award–winning documentary filmmaker. Born in Hungary, he came to the United States in 1956, where he first studied sciences at the University of California at Berkeley, then received his Masters degree in Communication and Film and Television from Stanford University. He is on the faculty of Art Center College of Design and at USC School of Cinema-Television where he is an adjunct professor. He is a founding member of the International Documentary Association and has served on its board for nine years. He created the prestigious David L. Wolper Student Documentary Achievement Awards. As a Senior Fulbright Scholar, he also taught at the Academy of Theater and Film Arts in Budapest, Hungary. In addition to Keepers of Memory: Stories of Hidden Children, his films include 15 French Architects in Los Angeles and Gabor Szabo: Farm Boy of Hungary.