| Amir Bar-Lev|| Film director|
| News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Programming – Long Form|
Gotham Independent Film Award for Best Documentary
The Tillman Story, My Kid Could Paint That, Happy Valley, Re:Generation, Fighter
Marla Olmstead, John Battsek, Pat Tillman, Molly Thompson, Kevin Tillman
Amir Bar-Lev Wikipedia
Amir Bar-Lev (born in 1972) is an American film director, producer and writer from Berkeley, California.
Bar-Lev is noted for his work in directing documentary films. He has directed such films as Fighter, a documentary film released August 24, 2001. The film received a Special Jury Citation in the 2000 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. The 2007 documentary film My Kid Could Paint That was directed by Bar-Lev, and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. The film was bought by Sony Pictures Classics in 2007. He also served as co-producer of the 2009 Oscar nominated documentary Trouble the Water. Bar-Lev also directed The Tillman Story, which premiered as a Domestic Documentary Finalist at the 2010 Sundance Film Festival. Bar-Lev is currently directing Happy Valley, a film about the Penn State Jerry Sandusky Scandal.
Bar-Lev has taught documentary filmmaking at New York University. He lives in Brooklyn with his wife and daughter.
According to IMDB Bar-Lev has directed or produced the following works:Fighter (2000) (director)
VH1: All Access (2003) TV series (producer) (unknown episodes)
Sundance Film Festival Dailies (2003) TV series (segment producer)
Katrina (2006) (TV) (producer)
It Could Happen Tomorrow (2006) TV series (producer) (unknown episodes)
My Kid Could Paint That (2007) (director)
Trouble the Water (2008) (co-producer)
The Tillman Story (2010) (director)
Happy Valley (2014) (director)
Long Strange Trip (2017) (director) – documentary about the Grateful Dead, executive produced by Martin Scorsese