Paul B. Germain is a digital content strategist, project manager and producer with a decade of experience creating, launching and optimizing original content for the web and beyond.

Germain directed and produced Speedy Delivery (2008), a Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood retrospective documentary from the perspective of the beloved side character, Mr. McFeely (played by David Newell). Speedy Delivery periodically airs on PBS and is available on DVD. The film screened at Grauman’s Egyptian Theatre as part of the Feel Good Film Festival, taking home the Audience Choice Award, and also won best picture at Children’s Film Festival Seattle in early 09. Germain also directed and produced Sushi Girl: A Documentary (2013), an intimate view of life on an independent film set, featuring Mark Hamill, Tony Todd, Noah Hathaway and many others.  Germain’s first documentary, Superfan (2004), tells the story of Easton, Pennsylvania’s own Wilmer Bonney, a.k.a. “Lafayette College’s Greatest Sports Fan.” Germain holds degrees from Lafayette College and Carnegie Mellon University, and currently resides in Los Angeles, California.