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Irene Taylor Brodsky

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Years active  2004 – present
Name  Irene Brodsky

Role  Film-maker
Books  Buddhas in Disguise
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Occupation  Film director Film producer Writer Cinematographer editor
Education  New York University, Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism
Awards  News & Documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Feature Story in a Regularly Scheduled Newscast
Nominations  Academy Award for Best Documentary Short Subject
Movies  Hear and Now, One Last Hug: Three Days At G, The Final Inch, Saving Pelican 895, One Last Hug (and a few sm
Similar People  Sheila Nevins, Joel Goodman, Martha Teichner, Rand Morrison, Marquita Pool‑Eckert

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Irene Taylor Brodsky is an American documentary film maker. In her several projects, hers was the job of director, producer, writer, cinematographer and editor.

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Background

Brodsky graduated from New York University and Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism.

Career

Brodsky's documentaries have appeared on HBO, CBS, A&E, Fox, and the History Channel. Special recognition for her work has included:

  • 2009 – The Final Inch was recognized with an Academy Award nomination.
  • 2007 – Hear and Now, her first feature film garnered film festival awards, including a Sundance Film Festival Audience Award in 2007. When the it was initially broadcast in 2008, the film earned a Peabody Award.
  • 2004 – Heart of the Country won an Emmy Award for an "Outstanding Feature in a Regularly Scheduled Broadcast."
  • 2016 – Beware the Slenderman
  • Brodsky has expanded into film production. She is the founder of Vermilion Films.

    Select works

  • 1997 – Buddhas in Disguise: Deaf People of Nepal?. San Diego, California: DawnSignPress. ISBN 978-0-915-03559-5; OCLC 36364073; the book's stories and photographs shed light on the Deaf culture and community in Nepal.
  • References

    Irene Taylor Brodsky Wikipedia


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