Andrew Kolker

Andrew Kolker and Louis Alvarez, twice winners of both the Peabody Award and
the duPont-Columbia Journalism Award, have over the past 25 years produced
critically praised documentaries about a variety of subjects: accents
(American Tongues), motherhood (MOMS), social class (People Like Us),
sexuality (Sex: female) and Little League baseball (Small Ball: A Little
League Story). With their patented mix of seriousness and humor, their
films have chronicled the American electoral process (Vote For Me and
Louisiana Boys) as well as western influence in Japan (The Japanese
Version). They are currently working on a documentary about anti-Americanism
in Europe and producing a series of short films about masterworks of
American literature for the National Endowment for the Arts. They began
their career in New Orleans and now live in New York City.