Elizabeth Gaylynn Baker, is a charismatic award winning writer/director industry veteran of 30 years. Recently she finished her third documentary: WE KNOW NOT WHAT WE DO, a film that gained international attention when chosen to open the World Film and International Film Festival in Jakarta, Indonesia. As Director/Writer, Ms. Baker was awarded the 2015 Humanitarian Award of Distinction, by Accolade Global Film Competition.Baker is the credited Writer of the Original Story of ‘50 to 1, a feature released theatrically in 2015. She is also the author of two books, Gifts of Gratitude, and We Know Not What We Do, a companion book to the film.Baker’s other two documentaries also won awards: THE TRAIL OF PAINTED PONIES , narrated by Ali MacGraw, won Baker Best Woman Director, and Best Documentary at New Mexico White Sands Film Festival. WHEN BUFFALO ROAM, narrated by Peter Coyote, won Best Social Documentary Short at the New York International Film & Video Festival.In 2002, Baker worked with Governor Gary Johnson to start what is now a booming film industry in New Mexico. Before moving to New Mexico Baker crewed on 11 feature films in Los Angeles as a trained UPM and Script Supervisor.She now again resides in Los Angeles.