Dallas Brennan Rexer joined Big Mouth Productions in 1998. With Katy Chevigny, she recently produced the award-winning documentary Deadline, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and broadcast on NBC in 2004 as part of a ground-breaking deal for independent media and documentaries. She is currently producing Arctic Waltz and Election Day, two verité documentaries in post production. Rexer previously co-produced Outside Looking In: Transracial Adoption in America (ITVS) and Journey to the West: Chinese Medicine Today (Wellspring Media). Prior to joining Big Mouth, she worked in multiple capacities on the public television documentaries OUR HOUSE: A Very Real Documentary about the Kids of Gay and Lesbian Parents (directed by Meema Spadola), and An American Love Story (directed by Jennifer Fox). She has also served as a researcher and consultant with the Philadelphia Festival of the Arts, the Museum of American Folk Art and the Levy/Paley Galleries of Philadelphia. Rexer is a 1997/98 Fulbright Scholar who conducted research on television programming and the construction of a national identity in Trinidad, West Indies. Her reviews have appeared in American Anthropologist and the International Institute for the Visual Arts Web site. She is a graduate of Swarthmore College's Philosophy Department.