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BTG Productions was founded by Peabody Award-winning filmmaker Bari Pearlman, whose work has been distributed theatrically and on television, and screened at film festivals, museums and cultural institutions around the world.

Following her interest in social justice, Bari recently directed five episodes of CNN's Death Row Stories and the short film Autism is For Life: The Story of Jeanine Lazili for HBO's Night of Too Many Stars with Jon Stewart. Previously she directed the award-winning films Daughters of Wisdom, the triptych Nangchen Shorts, and Mah-Jongg: The Tiles That Bind.

Bari is the Co-Producer of Nancy Schwartzman's acclaimed feature documentary Roll Red Roll, that opened the 2019 PBS POV broadcast series and is now streaming on Netflix. She also produced two episodes of Season 2 of the Emmy-nominated Netflix series Abstract: The Art of Design. Previously, she was Producer of Alexandra Shiva's Peabody Award-winning HBO feature documentary How To Dance in Ohio and short film The Lepreuchaun's Wife, and Co-Producer/Story Producer of the acclaimed Amazon Original series The New Yorker Presents. Before that, she was Producer of Lee Storey's award-winning feature documentary Smile 'Til It Hurts: The Up With People Story.

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