Julia Lord Literary Management
a division of Lymehouse Productions, Inc.
Peter Davis

hearts and mindsBOOKS, ARTICLES:
1985-present – pieces, essays for The New York Times Magazine, Esquire, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, NewYork Woman, Parade, Hope, many other publications
2003 – covered war in Iraq, The Nation Magazine, three articles
1995 – IF YOU CAME THIS WAY, John Wiley & Sons, chronicle of the American underclass, nominated for Pulitzer Prize
1987 – WHERE IS NICARAGUA? Simon & Schuster, Book of the Month Club alternate selection, front page The New York Times Book Review
1982 – HOMETOWN, Simon & Schuster, Literary Guild alternate selection

THEATRICAL FILMS:
1985 – SEVENTEEN (final film in MIDDLETOWN series), First Prize Feature Documentary, Sundance Festival, producer
1974 – HEARTS AND MINDS, re-released 2004, 2009, Academy Award 1975, Prix Sadoul (France), director/co-producer

TELEVISION, LIBRARY DOCUMENTARIES:
1993 – JACK, CBS – Bio of Pres. Kennedy, 2 Emmy nominations, 1 Emmy (film editing), Writers Guild nomination, writer/executive producer
1993-present – The Kennedy Library, 21 films on life of John F. Kennedy, producer
1992 – AGE 7 IN AMERICA, CBS, narrated by Meryl Streep, writer
1990 – THE BEST HOTEL ON SKID ROW, HBO, 3 ACE nominations, producer
1982 – MIDDLETOWN (6 films), PBS, 10 Emmy nominations, 2 Emmies, DuPont Citation, Blue Ribbon American Film Festival, producer/creator
1971 – THE SELLING OF THE PENTAGON, CBS News, Emmy, Peabody, Writers Guild, George Polk, Ohio State, Saturday Review Awards, writer/producer
1970 – THE BATTLE OF EAST ST. LOUIS, CBS News, Saturday Review Award, 2 Emmy nominations, writer/producer
1969 – ONCE UPON A WALL, CBS News, Emmy nomination, producer
1968 – THE HERITAGE OF SLAVERY, CBS News, Writers Guild nomination, writer/producer
1968 – HUNGER IN AMERICA, CBS News, Writers Guild Award, writer
I wrote numerous other documentaries prior to producing/writing/directing films.

EDUCATION:
Harvard College, AB, Magna Cum Laude, English, 1957; Associate Fellow, Calhoun College, Yale University, 1971-present
Taught course at The New School, 2007, on relationship of film to reality

RECENT AWARDS:
2009 – Tribute, Stranger Than Fiction, International Film Center; 2006 – Distinguished Lifetime Achievement, The New School; 2003 – Peace and Freedom Medal, Vietnam