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  • The Documentary Group has 47 Employees.(?)
  • The Documentary Group grew their employee count by -16% last year.
  • The Documentary Group currently has 1 job openings.

The Documentary Group is an independent production company founded in 2006 with offices in New York and Los Angeles. TDG produces long form and short form films for major commercial networks, public television and cable, as well as for the educational market, digital distribution and theatrical release. As president and co-founder, Tom Yellin oversees all of The Documentary Group's projects. Recent films include the 2016 Academy Award nominated feature documentary, Cartel Land (Winner, Best Director and Best Cinematography at the Sundance Film Festival), the feature documentary Midsummer in Newtown (Premiere at 2016 Tribeca Film Festival), the feature documentary and social action campaign Girl Rising, and Academy Award-Nominated Operation Homecoming. Other projects include TV specials We Will Rise (CNN) and The Homefront (PBS), as well as the limited series The Age of Aerospace (Discovery, Science), America in Primetime (PBS, MSNBC), and a forthcoming three-part series about viruses for Discovery. The Doc Group's programs have won numerous honors, including the duPont, Peabody, Emmy, Gabriel and Polk awards.