Susan Froemke

Susan Froemke ("A Mother's Desperation," "The Science of Relapse," "Insurance Woes") has more than 27 non-fiction films to her credit, from the classic "Grey Gardens" (1976) to "Lalee's Kin," an HBO film nominated for a 2001 Academy Award® and honored at the Sundance Film Festival. A four-time Emmy® Award winner, Froemke won a 2001 Grammy for her work as director and producer on "Recording the Producers: A Musical Romp with Mel Brooks." Before starting her own company in 2003, Froemke was the principal filmmaker of Maysles Films Inc. for more than two decades.