Lawrence Loewinger
(United States)

Lawrence Loewinger is a producer/director, sound mixer, teacher and film journalist. His first documentary film, Kids Are People (1972); it won awards, was broadcast on public television and went into distribution. He has worked on many other documentaries, including Academy Award winning films, among them the documentary, From Mao To Mozart. Soon after Kids...* he took a hiatus from filmmaking and embarked on a distinguished career as a sound mixer. He has received two Emmy Awards for his sound work, the most recent of which is for his work on the award-winning TV show, **30 Rock. He has taught at Wesleyan and he is currently teaching at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.

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