American Film Foundation: Academy Award®-Winning Filmmakers
Academy Award®-Winning Documentary Filmmakers
American Film Foundation
Sanders and Mock Productions
WRITING:
BIRD BY BIRD: ANNE LAMOTT
RAY BRADBURY
WRESTLING WITH ANGELS
SCREENWRITERS:
- CARL FOREMAN
- WILLIAM GOLDMAN
- PAUL MAZURSKY
- ELEANOR PERRY
- NEIL SIMON
- ROBERT TOWNE
MUSIC:
AARON COPLAND PORTRAIT
NEVER GIVE UP: HERBERT ZIPPER
SING!
PORTRAIT OF ZUBIN MEHTA
TO BE A MUSICIAN SERIES
ARTISTS:
EYES OF DON BACHARDY
INTERREGNUM/GROSZ
MAYA LIN
MIRIAM WOSK
WORLD ACCORDING TO DORA
BIOGRAPHY:
LILLIAN GISH
LEGEND OF MARILYN MONROE
ROSE KENNEDY
MEDICINE:
FIGHTING FOR LIFE
TO LIVE OR LET DIE
WAR:
A TIME OUT OF WAR
RETURN WITH HONOR
WAR HUNT
LIBRARY FILMS:
INTO THE FUTURE
SLOW FIRES
THE JAPAN PROJECT:
- MADE IN AMERICA
- MADE IN JAPAN
MOVIES:
CRIME & PUNISHMENT, USA
LOS ANGELS
THEY WENT THAT-A-WAY

award-winning documentaries

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.


Freida Lee Mock & Terry Sanders

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 recently completed Anita, a feature documentary about Anita Hill, revealing the intimate story of a woman who spoke truth to power, against a backdrop of sex, politics, and race.

Terry Sanders is currently in development on Tokyo Rose, a dramatic feature based on the true-life story of Iva Toguri, the young Japanese-American who was wrongfully convicted of treason after World War II. He is also in development on Lazarus and the Kid, a dramatic feature that tells the true story of Derek Gemmet, the first golfer with cerebral palsy to become a PGA professional.

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.



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"A Time Out of War" named to National Film Registry, the Oscar-winning Civil War short story film produced by Denis and Terry Sanders in 1954, was among 25 films named, December 27, 2006, to the National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. Congress created the Registry in 1989 to preserve films of "cultural, historical and artistic significance." The List now numbers 450.  More »

 

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