Roy Gokay Wol is a NY based Argentine-Israeli-Turkish producer. He recently produced Doug Karr's feature narrative: Art Machine, starring Joseph Cross, Jessica Szhor, and Golden Globe nominee Joey Lauren Adams premiering at the 2012 Woodstock Film Festival; Justin Reichman's narrative feature A Wife Alone (in post); and Hank Devos' Kill Your TV (distributed by Quat! Media). Wol consulting produced films like Arkadya which was featured on Ted Hope's prestigious Hammer-to-Nail film list, and Forward, a documentary about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. His films focus on family dramas, immigrating and counter cultures and have been screened in over 20 film festivals internationally.

Wol has also worked as a development grant consultant for numerous independent features including The Baby Formula which went on to receive a telefilm grant and a slot in the Oscar qualifying Nashville Film Festival.

Mr. Wol is currently producing an installation featuring the world renowned painter Marc Dennis and filmmaker Liron Unreich.