Lyn Goldfarb Productions
(323) 669-1106 phone
2454 Lyric Ave.
Los Angeles, California 90027
Lyn Goldfarb is an Academy Award-nominated and multiple award-winning Director, Producer and Writer specializing in historical and social issue documentaries for PBS and major cable. She is a graduate of AFI's Directing Workshop for Women and a member of the DGA.
Goldfarb is the Director, Producer and/or Writer of: EDDY'S WORLD, BRIDGING THE DIVIDE: TOM BRADLEY AND THE POLITICS OF RACE, THE NEW LOS ANGELES, DANGER: KIDS AT WORK, WITH BABIES AND BANNERS and series JAPAN: MEMOIRS OF A SECRET EMPIRE and THE ROMAN EMPIRE IN THE FIRST CENTURY. She is Director, Producer and Writer for PBS series: THE GREAT WAR, THE GREAT DEPRESSION and PEOPLE IN MOTION.
Awards include: two Emmy Awards; a George Foster Peabody Award; du-Pont Columbia Award; a CINE Golden Eagle; Golden Mike; four Bronze Tellys; Best Short Documentary, Port Townsend Film Festival, Jury Award, Raw Science Film Festival; Blue Ribbon and Emily Grand Prize, American Film Festival. Festivals include: Hot Springs, Indy Shorts, Los Angeles Film Festival, New York Film Festival, Nosotros American Latino Film Festival, Pan African Film Festival, March on Washington Film Festival, SFJFF, Mountainfilm, San Diego Latino Film Festival.
Goldfarb produces short films for museums, exhibitions and non-profits,
and has taught documentary workshops in Burundi and Myanmar through the American Film Showcase.