American Film Foundation is a Santa Monica-based non-profit production company that has produced both Academy and Emmy Award-winning documentaries. The company's projects range from theatrical documentary films and television series to dramatic feature films.
American Film Foundation is headed by Terry Sanders and Freida Lee Mock, who have received three Academy Awards® and ten Academy Award® nominations.
Freida Lee Mock’s ANITA, a feature documentary about Anita Hill -- the intimate story of a woman who spoke truth to power, against a backdrop of sex, politics, and race -- is currently in release on cable TV and special theater screenings.
Terry Sanders completed his narrative feature, LIZA, LIZA, SKIES ARE GREY, a coming-of-age California motorcycle road trip love story set in the turbulent summer of 1966. Shot on locations from Pacific Palisades to Big Sur, the film introduces teenage actors Mikey Madison and Sean H. Scully in the lead roles. Slated for distribution in 2017 the film is currently screening in film festivals. Website for the film is LIZALIZAMOVIE.COM
Terry Sanders was recently awarded The Golden Frog award for Outstanding Achievement in Documentary Filmmaking at the Camerimage Film Festival in Lodz, Poland. Read the full article.