Lois Lipman
Lois lipman

Lois Lipman is an Emmy and Peabody award-winning documentarian who has field produced impactful social justice films worldwide for 30 years. While at CBS 60 Minutes, Lipman produced Til Death Do Us Part. This investigation into dowry deaths in India spurred an outcry that led to first convictions and arrests. It also won Best Documentary from the American Women in Radio and Television. Similar in purpose and style, Lipman’s current character-driven documentary that follows Tina Cordova and New Mexico’s Downwinders for several years is expected to catalyze reparations for Latinx people who developed cancer as a result of the Trinity Nuclear explosion.

While working for 60 Minutes, Lipman also developed more than twenty segments, including a piece about BBC Radio that won an Emmy, and a segment about Arthur Mitchell and Dance Theatre of Harlem that won a Peabody.