Jocelyn Glatzer

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Jocelyn Glatzer

Jocelyn Glatzer has directed, produced and edited social issue documentary films for the past 20 years. She produced My Country, My Country an Oscar®-nominated film by Laura Poitras about the first democratic elections in Iraq after the U.S. occupation (POV 2006), and she directed The Flute Player about a survivor of Cambodia's Khmer Rouge genocide (POV 2003), which was nominated for an Emmy. She also directed ART2000, about one of Hillary Rodham Clinton's senate race fundraisers, and she has worked at Maysles Films and on numerous arts programs for the PBS Great Performances series. She has served on numerous boards for film and arts organizations, including the Texas Film Fund and Cambodian Living Arts. She recently received an achievement award from Women in Film and Video/New England. She is a native New Yorker, and she is currently living and working in Boston.

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Producer

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Lake of Betrayal looks at the Seneca Nation’s fight to protect its sovereignty against a backdrop of a federal Indian Termination policy, pork-barre

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