Billy Clift is an Emmy-nominated filmmaker for his feature documentary A LONG ROAD TO FREEDOM: THE ADVOCATE CELEBRATES 50 YEARS. He has written, produced and directed critically acclaimed comedies, such as Baby Jane? and Hush Up Sweet Charlotte. Recently he created TV shows Behind the Bar, Underground, a travel show, and most recently Food Fetish, a best of LA food chefs and their favorite recipes, all on HERE TV. His latest short film, No Goodbyes, is a moment in time, focusing on the prisoners with the pink triangle, and a feature documentary, Our Lady in the Kitchen. This is following the journey of a 16th century painting that had been stolen by the Nazis, found at the home of a gay couple in Los Angeles, and their desire to return it to its rightful owner.