With a graduate degree in film Bonnie Rowan came from Wisconsin to work for the U.S. Information Agency but soon was teaching film studies and production as an assistant professor at Towson University in Baltimore. She wrote two books describing media resources in the Washington area, Then she began a 30-year career as a professional on-site media researcher. Rowan has credits on over 650 productions, was nominated for an Emmy for research for RAPE OF EUROPA and another for MINE WARS. She has research credits on several Academy award nominees. Projects ranged from BETTY PAGE REVEALS ALL to AMERICAN REDS to SALINGER.  Recent docs include THE LAST BATTLEFRONT (voting and statehood in Washington DC) and THE SILENCE OF OTHERS (Spanish civil war).