Amy Ziering

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Amy Ziering was born on 1962 in Massachusetts, United States, is a Producer, director. Discover Amy Ziering’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 58 years old?

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Who Is Amy Ziering’s Husband?

Her husband is Gil Kofman

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Amy Ziering Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Amy Ziering worth at the age of 58 years old? Amy Ziering’s income source is mostly from being a successful Producer. She is from United States. We have estimated Amy Ziering’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Amy Ziering

2020

On the Record, Dick and Ziering’s film about sexual abuse allegations made against Def Jam co-founder Russell Simmons, premiered at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

2018

The Bleeding Edge premiered at the 2018 Tribeca Film Festival to rave reviews and received further critical acclaim after its worldwide release on Netflix on July 27, 2018. Currently at 100% on Rotten Tomatoes and named The New York Times’ Critic’s Pick of the Week, the documentary, written and directed by Kirby Dick and produced by Ziering and Amy Herdy, is a deep dive exploration on the $400 billion medical device industry where the filmmakers find shockingly lax regulations, corporate cover-ups and profit-driven incentives that put patients at risk daily.

2017

On October 23, 2017, Dick and Ziering announced an upcoming film on equity, parity, abuse, and representation in Hollywood. They had begun working on this project while screening The Invisible War. In a statement to media, Ziering said:

2016

The Hunting Ground was nominated for a 2016 Emmy Award for “Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking” and for the “Outstanding Producer of Documentary Theatrical Motion Picture” award by the Producers Guild of America. In December 2016, the film won the 2016 Stanley Kramer Award given to “a production, producer or other individual whose achievement or contribution illuminates and raises public awareness of important social issues.The Hunting Ground was also one of the five movies nominated in the Documentary category of 2016 MTV Movie Awards.

2015

In 2015, The Hunting Ground premiered at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. Produced by Ziering, and written and directed by Kirby Dick, the film is a documentary about the incidence of sexual assault on college campuses in the United States and the failed response of college administrators. The film was released on February 27, 2015, an edited version aired on CNN on November 22, 2015, and was released on DVD the week of December 1, 2015. It was released on Netflix in March 2016. Lady Gaga recorded an original song, “Til It Happens to You,” for the film.

2014

The impact of the film was felt immediately as a week before its release, The Bleeding Edge became a part of a national news story when Bayer removed the birth control device Essure from the U.S. market, one of the many devices heavily criticized and warned about in the doc. Entertainment Weekly promptly added it on their list of documentaries that have changed the world. The documentary was awarded the prestigious George Polk Award for Medical Reporting — one of the only documentaries to receive the journalistic award — and was nominated for a Peabody Award and the Grierson Award for Best Science Documentary.

2012

In 2012, she premiered The Invisible War at the Sundance Film Festival where it received the Audience Award for Best Documentary Feature. The film examines the epidemic of rape in the United States Armed Forces, and has been heralded for exposing a culture of sexual abuse at Marine Barracks Washington. Several government officials have commented on the film’s influence on policy, including Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta, who has stated that viewing the film convinced him to implement a wave of reforms designed to reduce the prevalence of military sexual assault.

2007

She next produced a feature narrative, The Memory Thief (2007), directed by Gil Kofman. The film chronicles the experiences of a young man who becomes involved in documenting the experiences of survivors of the Holocaust as his commitment turns into obsession and madness. Ziering again collaborated with Kirby Dick on Outrage (2009), a documentary that examined the lives of closeted gay politicians who legislate against gay rights, as well as the mainstream media’s reluctance to report on this subject. The film received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Investigative Journalism.

2002

Ziering then began work on Derrida (2002), a documentary about her former mentor, the French philosopher Jacques Derrida. She partnered with Kirby Dick, with whom she co-directed Derrida. The film explores Derrida’s life and work while questioning the limitations of biography. It won the Golden Gate Award at the 2002 San Francisco International Film Festival.

1998

Her first film, Taylor’s Campaign (1998), directed by Richard Cohen, followed Ron Taylor, a homeless resident of Santa Monica, as he campaigned to win a seat on the Santa Monica city council. Martin Sheen narrated the film.

1985

Among other honors, The Invisible War received a nomination for Best Documentary Feature at the 85th Academy Awards and won Emmy Awards for Best Documentary Feature and Outstanding Investigative Journalism.

1962

Amy Ziering (born 1962) is an American film producer and director. In 2013, she received an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature for producing The Invisible War.

Amy Ziering was born in 1962. She is the daughter of Sigi Ziering, a Holocaust survivor, and Marilyn Ziering. She grew up in Beverly Hills, California. She graduated from Amherst College before pursuing graduate work at Yale University, where she studied with Jacques Derrida.