Brigid Kelly

Producer

Brigid Kelly is a writer and TV producer. Her independent documentary film Charlie's Lake aired on PBS stations via American Public Television and Montana PBS. Brigid lives in Los Angeles and is now a producer of  KCRW's The Document.

Brigid Kelly on KCRW

The documentary snubs, insider take and why the genre deserves more than one category at the Oscars.

And the documentary Oscar goes to…'Free Solo!'

The documentary snubs, insider take and why the genre deserves more than one category at the Oscars.

from The Document

Here are my Top Ten Documentaries of 2018 (don’t count too closely), in no particular order.

The best documentaries of 2018

Here are my Top Ten Documentaries of 2018 (don’t count too closely), in no particular order.

from The Document

KCRW’s Bob Carlson and Matt Holzman introduce you to the show Matt hosts and produces – The Document – which mines great stories from the raw footage of documentaries present, past and…

KCRW Selects: The Document

KCRW’s Bob Carlson and Matt Holzman introduce you to the show Matt hosts and produces – The Document – which mines great stories from the raw footage of documentaries present, past and…

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