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ERIN LOVETT  is a writer and director with more than a decade of experience capturing intimate, human stories in the U.S. and abroad through critically-acclaimed documentary television and film.

Erin has directed and produced documentary television for CNN, HBO, Showtime, National Geographic, PBS, YouTube Premium, OWN, MSNBC, and Investigation Discovery. She's interested in stories that explore social justice, women's rights, environment, health and horror - she loves a good genre film. 

In 2011, she produced HOT COFFEE, an HBO feature documentary film that examines the infamous McDonald’s hot coffee case and its role in the decline of the civil justice system. The film premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival and won the grand jury prize at the 2011 Seattle International Film Festival. It’s been called a “stunning debut” by the Washington Post as well as “entertaining, informative and vividly illuminating,” by the Hollywood Reporter.

She has worked with and directed several high-profile journalists such as CNN's Lisa Ling and Dr. Sanjay Gupta, as well as actors Reese Witherspoon and Sarah Jones. 


TWITTER | @erincrum

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