Chuck Braverman

Chuck Braverman is a producer, director, and cameraman. He is well known for his fast cut "kinestasis" montage films including the classic three minute history of the United States, "American Time Capsule." He has won Emmys for his documentaries, Clios for his commercials, Cable Ace awards for his network cable productions, and in 2001 took the top Documentary award from the Directors Guild of America for his Discovery Channel special, "High School Boot Camp." Also that year Chuck was nominated for an Academy Award® for his documentary "Curtain Call" about the Actors Fund Retirement Home. Chuck has also directed several two hour movies for television and many episodic shows. Among his episodic directing credits are "Northern Exposure," "Melrose Place," "Beverly Hills 90210," "Sledge Hammer," and "St. Elsewhere."

In the last couple years Braverman has produced and or directed projects for The Discovery Channel, TLC, Discovery Health, Discovery Times Channel, The History Channel, Animal Planet, and A&E.

Chuck has a degree in Cinema from the University of Southern California where he teaches directing and documentary part time. He is a member of the International Documentary Association, the Directors Guild of America, and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.