Deborah Carr

Studio City, California, United States

Film Projects


Deborah Carr is a Los Angeles based documentary Director and Producer. Carr started her career in broadcast television news as an Anchor and Reporter serving communities in Eastern Washington and Southern California. She transitioned into long-format documentary production working as a Coordinating Producer on a number of documentary specials for The History Channel with Bill Brummel Productions. The 2004 documentary, “Rwanda Do Scars Ever Fade” was recognized with the prestigious Peabody Award and an International Documentary Association Award. Her work on human rights focused documentaries continued with “First to First: The Black Tankers of WWII” and “Standing Tall at Auschwitz.” Her most recent television series, “Food Tech” premiered in January 2010 on History. Deborah has also worked in various production roles on content for ABC, Discovery, Court TV, the BBC and the US Army. Her first independent feature documentary, "FEAT: 63 Marathons in 63 Days" is currently on the film festival circuit and has received several audience and competition awards.