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Brent Renaud & Craig Renaud
The Renaud Brothers have directed and produced numerous award winning programs for HBO, Discovery, NBC, CNN, PBS, CBS, MTV and ESPN in places like Kosovo, Afghanistan, Cambodia, Bolivia, China, Pakistan and Iraq. In 2001, the Renaud brothers collaborated on a groundbreaking series of documentary specials on college football rivalries for ESPN. The specials became the popular ESPN series THE SEASON, and helped the brothers develop and showcase a raw cinema verite style, rarely seen on television at the time.

In 2005, their feature-length documentary DOPE SICK LOVE, which followed drug addicts on the streets of New York City, was nominated for an Emmy Award for Best Documentary. When it aired, DOPE SICK LOVE received the highest ratings for a documentary in the history of HBO at that time. The Renaud brothers’ film OFF TO WAR [TIFF 2006], which followed the Arkansas National Guard for a year on the frontlines in Iraq and aired as a 10 part series on the Discovery Times Channel, won some of the most prestigious awards in documentary filmmaking.

The Renauds recently returned from the front lines of the drug war in Juarez, Mexico, where they produced a three part video series for the New York Times online. The reports were featured daily on the home page of the New York Times, during the week of President Obama’s visit to Mexico to address the drug war crisis. The Renaud brothers just completed a one hour documentary special for Dateline NBC, which spends a year inside Arkansas Children’s Hospital with young Resident doctors, as they struggle to make it through the toughest year of
their lives.



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