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Barbara Gregson - Footage Researcher

Barbara Gregson is an internationally known specialist in Film Research, Rights and Clearances and Co-Produced the NBC series “Most Outrageous Moments” and “The Most Outrageous Television Moments” and has Associate Produced and Production Managed several HBO documentaries. Some of the projects she’s worked on include: “His Way”, “The Art of the Steal”, “Why We Laugh”, “Spine Tingler: The William Castle Story” (Audience Winner at the 2007 AFI Festival), “Hollywood Chinese” (winner Best Documentary Golden Horse Awards in Taiwan), “Golda’s Balcony”, “Peyote to LSD”, “The Boomer Century”, “This Film is Not Yet Rated”, “F*CK”, “The Last Mogul”, “Z Channel: A Magnificent Obsession”, “The Kid Stays in the Picture”. Barbara participated in the Berkeley, California roundtable discussion on “Orphan Works” for the U.S. Copyright Office and has been a guest lecturer for the Producers Guild of America, the International Documentary Association and USC School of Cinema, UCLA Department of Film and Television, California State University Northridge and UCLA Extension. Barbara was also a consultant for Clearances for feature film clips, stock shots and archive footage for the book “Film & Video Budgets” by Michael Wiese and Deke Simon. Barbara served on the Board of Directors of the International Documentary Association and the American Association of Producers and is a member of the Producers Guild of America, the Federation of Commercial and Audiovisual Libraries (FOCAL), Women in Film and CLEAR, which she currently serves as a board member and Events Director.

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Barbara Gregson
Miller-Gregson Productions, Inc.
8106 Lasaine Avenue
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Credits and Awards
  • detailed list of credits available on request
  • Certificate of Outstanding Service from The Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for editing the Seminar Workbook "The Anatomy of Video Tape Production" presented by ATAS and the American Association of Producers
  • selected by director John Frankenheimer to receive the ATAS certificate “for contributions to the Emmy Award Winning Achievement-Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries or a Movie ‘George Wallace’ ”.
  • Film/Photo Research
  • Rights & Clearances
  • Talent clearances