Andrew Goldberg is an Emmy Award winning American filmmaker who has produced four documentaries on Armenian subjects that have been broadcast internationally.
He is the founder and owner of Two Cats Productions, a documentary production company in New York, NY. His television credits include PBS, ABC News, CBS News, MSNBC, CNN, E! and many others.
The four films in chronological order are:
"The Armenian Americans" aired on PBS stations nationally in 2000. It features personal recollections from three generations of proud Armenians – including tennis champion Andre Agassi, author Peter Balakian, actor Mike Connors, actor/writer Eric Bogosian, actress/writer Andrea Martin, NCAA basketball coach Jerry Tarkanian, historians, musicians, politicians, religious leaders, and corporate executives.
"The Armenians, A Story of Survival," aired on PBS stations nationally in 2002 and explores the journey and struggle of the Armenian people – from their humble beginnings near the Middle East through their Christian conversion in 301, their near elimination during the first Genocide of the 20th century to the birth of the Armenian nation. Shot in twelve countries and narrated by Academy Award® Winner Olympia Dukakis, The film includes interviews with Nobel Prize laureate Elie Wiesel, author Dr. Robert J. Lifton (The Nazi Doctors), the Head of the Armenian Church, Catholicos Karekin II, and the President of Armenia Robert Kocharian. The film was awarded the CINE Golden Eagle Award.
"Images of the Armenian Spirit" aired nationally on PBS in 2003 and celebrates more than 3,000 years of art, culture, and survival of the Armenian people.
In 2006, Goldberg produced, wrote and directed a one-hour documentary in association with Oregon Public Broadcasting, "The Armenian Genocide," that was broadcast nationally on PBS (Public Television Service) on April 17, 2006. The film was widely reviewed and recieved coverage in NY Times, Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, the Boston Globe, NJ Star Ledger, and countless others. The film was narrated by actress Julianna Margulies, and features additional narrations from Ed Harris, Natalie Portman, Orlando Bloom, Laura Linney, Paul Rudd, Jared Leto and others.
Other documentary films by Andrew Goldberg include: They Came to America", "Proud To Serve: The Men and Women of the US Army", "A Yiddish World Remembered", "Anti-Semitism in the 21st Century" and his upcoming two hour film "Jerusalem: Center of the World" which airs nationally on PBS on April 29, 2009 from 9pm to 11pm.
He holds a BA in History from Northwestern University (1992) and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Chicago (1994).