Zak Long is a filmmaker in San Francisco, California. His work explores what it means to call something truth within a narrative. His films have screened both internationally at The Queensland Museum in Brisbane, Australia and domestically at The Anthology Film Archives in NYC and The Kinsey Institute in Bloomington, Indiana.

He has recently been a speaker for Swissnex at their conference on content strategy for High Ed.

Long works as a Multimedia Strategist for the University of California. In conjunction with Vox, he recently has produced several videos in the Climate Lab web series including Why your old phones collect in a junk drawer of sadness, The fight to rethink (and reinvent) nuclear power, and The environmental cost of free two-day shipping. Long earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Cleveland Institute of Art and was an Artist in Residence at SparkBox Studio in Ontario, Canada.