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Filmmaker Bio


Anthony Giacchino has been working as a producer in television and documentary filmmaking since 1994. The Camden 28 is the first feature-length documentary he has directed.

After graduating from Villanova University with a BA in History and German in 1992, he received a Fulbright grant to study history at the University of Freiburg, Germany. In 1993 he moved to Leipzig, Germany where he worked as an English instructor for the Amerikanisches Sprachinstitut.

In February 2005, Anthony Giacchino co-produced and co-directed an independent documentary in Dresden, Germany. The film, Time Bomb, explores how the 1945 bombing and destruction of Dresden is remembered in Germany today. Time Bomb is currently being edited. In the political arena, Anthony shot, produced and directed a short documentary on David McReynolds, the 2000 Socialist Party candidate for President.

Anthony has also produced studio-based content and documentaries for The History Channel. As a freelance producer for the network, he has produced THC’s Sunday-morning talk shows, HistoryCENTER and Hardcover History, as well as its primetime series History vs. Hollywood and a variety of specials covering topics from the dedication of the National World War II Memorial in Washington, DC to the 2004 Democratic and Republican National Conventions.

Anthony Giacchino has received documentary film grants from The A.J. Muste Memorial Institute and the Philadelphia Independent Film and Video Association.

DAVID DOUGHERTY, Director of Photography

David Dougherty began his career as an independent videographer in 1993. His clients have included numerous television stations, corporations and special interest groups. He also oversees a team responsible for audiovisual design, installation and production at a leading pharmaceutical firm. Dougherty graduated from Temple University in 1992 with a bachelor's degree in radio, television and film and is pursuing a master's degree in organizational dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania. He is a member of the International Documentary Association.