Ted Bogosian, Visiting Filmmaker

Ted Bogosian

Ted Bogosian, award-winning documentary filmmaker, producer, and writer, will teach FVD 162S - Visiting Filmmaker Master Course in Spring Semester. He directed "The Press Secretary," about three days inside the Clinton White House, and he wrote, produced, and directed the twice Emmy-nominated "Anatomy of a Homicide: Life on the Street." He has produced several major series for PBS, including "Lost Treasures of Christianity," "Running Mate," and "War in the Wind" and works with New York Times, HBO, Discovery, NBC, and Fox on film projects.

Contact Info:
Office Location:  A219 Smith Warehouse
Office Phone:  660-3030
Email Address:   send me a message
Web Page:  

Office Hours:

Monday mornings.

Master of Public PolicyHarvard University1981
BADuke University1973

Production - Documentary
Production - Narrative
Research Interests:

Current projects: Some of Bogosian‘s recent credits and awards as Director (D), Writer (W), Producer (P) and Executive Producer (EP) include:, , "50/50," Levinson/Fontana Company (W/D/P)Drama starring Andrea Anders under Executive Producers Barry Levinson , and Tom Fontana. World premiere Winter 2007 on ClickStar.

Award-winning filmmaker and television producer Ted Bogosian has been directing, producing and writing long-form documentaries since 1978 and collaborating with the Levinson/Fontana Company on network episodic drama and independent films since 1997. Bogosian is a member of the Director’s Guild of America, serves an an elected representative on the DGA‘s Eastern Director’s Council, chaired by Stephen Soderbergh, and was recently elected to serve an as Alternate member on the DGA National Board of Directors. He also serves on the DGA’s PAC, co-chaired by Taylor Hackford and Paris Barclay, and is a member of the Writer’s Guild of America, East.