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Lucie Schwartz

Lucie is a journalist and documentary filmmaker with a strong background in television production and international reporting. She has lived in Belgium, France, Italy, and has reported in France and in India.

She directed, produced and edited Arresting Ana, a documentary about the potential criminalization of the Pro-Ana movement in France, for which she received the 2009 Margaret and Will Hearst Prize for Documentary Excellence, an IDA Documentary Award Nomination, and a Student Academy Award Nomination. A short version of the film aired on PBS and the full-length version of the film is currently being distributed by Women Make Movies.

Lucie currently lives in Los Angeles, where she has worked on a variety of different projects for both television and the web. She’s worked on the Emmy-nominated TV shows Recipe Rehab and Judge Judy, as well as TLC’s Something Borrowed, Something New. Documentary projects include A Whisper to a Roar and Yahoo! News Remake America.

Before moving to California, she worked as an associate producer for Court TV (now TruTV) in New York City. In San Francisco, Lucie worked in the documentary unit at Lucasfilm. She also produced segments of two hour-long documentaries for MSNBC, Sex Slaves in the Suburbs about domestic sex trafficking, and Boosting for Billions about organized retail crime.

Lucie holds a bachelor’s degree in broadcast journalism from New York University and a master’s degree in journalism and documentary filmmaking from UC Berkeley. (8/14)

Arresting Ana
A film by Lucie Schwartz, 2009, 25 min., Color

Sarah, a French college student runs a “pro-Ana” blog, part of a global online community of young women sharing tips on living with anorexia. Valerie ...

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