Larry Clamage

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Lawrence Howard Clamage (born September 8, 1946) is an American filmmaker and author. He has written, directed and produced a wide variety of notable documentaries, including Carl Hancock Rux, Coming of Age and The Lost Boys: The Journey to Freedom, both recipients of CINE Golden Eagle Awards.[1]

He began his directing career covering the drug cartels, in Bogota, Colombia. In 1977, he moved back to Washington, DC, where he produced commercials for The American Red Cross. Ten years later, he started producing films for The United States Information Agency and The Voice of America. Clamage's documentaries have been repeatedly featured in national venues, such as the prestigious New York Film Festival, winning him numerous top prizes. They have been broadcast all over the world, and within the United States. Of late, he has contributed to multiple PBS documentaries.

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  1. ^ "CINE Archives". Retrieved 2010-01-09.