Producer KAREN BERNSTEIN has spent over 20 years working with some of the most prestigious producer/ directors in the documentary field. Among her accolades, she has won both the Emmy® and Grammy® for her work.

She produced the acclaimed documentary film, Body of War, with Phil Donahue and Ellen Spiro, which premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and was broadcast on the Sundance Channel. Body of War won the National Board of Review and Producers Guild of America awards for Best Documentary.

From 2008 to present day, she has been supervising production on Oscar®-nominated filmmaker Helen Whitney's feature documentary, Forgiveness: A Time To Love and a Time To Hate, scheduled for broadcast premiere in 2011.

As a series producer for American Masters and producer of Ella Fitzgerald – Something To Live For , Bernstein received a series Emmy® award for Outstanding Non-fiction Series. She also won a Grammy® award for producing Lou Reed – Rock and Roll Heart. Other notable credits include American Masters/Juilliard and American Masters/Clint Eastwood Her work has been screened at over 100 international film festivals including Sundance and Berlin. At American Masters, she was responsible for pre-production, production and post-production on other feature-length biographies of Richard Avedon and Lena Horne. In addition she advised on over 20 biographical portraits, including those of Rod Serling, Leonard Bernstein, Joseph Papp, and Alfred Steiglitz.