Lindsay Crouse is the Coordinating Producer for the New York Times Op-Docs series. Since joining Op-Docs in 2011, she has worked on more than 200 short films, VR, and interactive documentaries that won two Emmy Awards, a Peabody, and an Oscar nomination for best short documentary. Begun by the New York Times opinion section in 2011, Op-Docs is a series of more than 180 short, interactive, and virtual reality documentaries. Each film is produced with wide creative latitude by both renowned and emerging filmmakers, and premieres across Times online platforms. The goal of each Op-Doc is to present a unique point of view. Honors for Op-Docs include an Oscar nomination, two News and Documentary Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award and the World Press Photo Multimedia Award for Interactive Documentary, as well as official selections at leading international film festivals (including Sundance, the New York Film Festival, Telluride, SXSW and Sheffield Doc/Fest). Contributing filmmakers include Errol Morris, Laura Poitras, Alan Berliner, Alex Gibney, Casey Neistat, Victor Kossakovsky, Lucy Walker, Abigail Disney, Roger Ross Williams, Jessica Yu, Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady.