Over the last decade, Tamara has produced on independent documentary films and television series for a wide range of networks including PBS, HBO, Discovery, ABC and ESPN.
She recently produced the 2017 Oscar-winning documentary O.J.: Made in America (ESPN).
Her other credits include Emmy-nominated documentaries The City Dark (PBS, 2013), 9/11: Heroes of the 88th Floor (Discovery, 2011), and Lord’s Children (PBS, 2008). She previously produced a series of historical video installations for inclusion in the world's largest Jewish Museum in Moscow, Russia.
A native of France, she has studied and worked in Israel, New Zealand, and Egypt. She earned her master's degree at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism in New York.
Tamara is currently in development for a new documentary about an ongoing high-profile court case involving disability rights.
O.J.: MADE IN AMERICA
Academy Awards, Best Documentary Feature (2017)
Peabody Award (2017)
Independent Spirit Awards, Best Documentary (2017)
Gotham Independent Film Awards, Best Documentary (2016)
duPont-Columbia University Award (2017)
National Board of Review, Best Documentary (2016)
International Documentary Association, Best Feature (2016)
PGA Awards, Outstanding Producer of Documentary (2017)
Cinema Eye Honors Awards, Outstanding Achievement in Production (2017)
Primetime Emmy Awards (nomination), Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking (2017)
THE CITY DARK
News & Documentary Emmy Awards (nomination), Outstanding Science and Technology Programming (2013)
9/11: HEROES OF THE 88TH FLOOR
News & Documentary Emmy Awards (nomination), Outstanding Informational Programming – Long Form (2012)
News & Documentary Emmy Awards (nomination), Outstanding Coverage of a News Story – Long Form (2009)