Lisa Remington

Los Angeles, California, United States

Film Projects


LISA REMINGTON is an independent documentary filmmaker based in Los Angeles. She has produced over two dozen documentaries including: Nathaniel Kahn's Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee, The Price of Everything, Johanna Demetrakas’ inspiring Netflix Original Documentary Feminists: What Were They Thinking? and Mark Jonathan Harris’ powerful myth busting look at the Los Angeles foster care system, FOSTER. Other projects include: Rory Kennedy’s touching portrait of her mother, Ethel, for HBO, Davis Guggenheim’s short for the Obama campaign, The Road We’ve Traveled and Jessica Yu’s Sundance celebrated short ForEveryone.net for the Ford Foundation. Remington co-produced Sundance Grand Jury Prize nominee Cesar’s Last Fast, Participant Media’s Countdown to Zero, directed by Lucy Walker and collaborated with Robert Greenwald on Iraq For Sale: The War Profiteers and The Freedom Files, a 9-part series for PBS.