Neuroscientist Dr. Merel Kindt has discovered a cure for phobias using common medication. It's a brief but intense exposure to the patient's fear, followed by taking a single pill. 24 hours later, the fear is gone. From animal phobias to PTSD, the potential impact is both profound and dazzlingly complex. A Cure for Fear goes inside Dr. Kindt's radical treatments as she explores the ethically treacherous grounds of curing our most human ailment.
Commissioned by Topic. Supported by Flies Collective and Tribeca Film Institute.
A four-part National Geographic Studios miniseries about unfamiliar yet game-changing individuals who prove that change only happens when you break the rules.
Lana wrote and produced the series premiere, "Jacked," which tells the dramatic story of Louis Moore, an African American activist who hijacked an airplane in 1972 to seek revenge on the city of Detroit for police brutality.
I Am Rebel was executive produced by Doug Liman (The Bourne Identity), Matt Wolf (Teenage), and Jeff Hasler and Bengt Anderson (National Geographic Studios).