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Rachel Grady
Rachel Grady is the co-director of “Jesus Camp,” a documentary that chronicles the Evangelical movement through the eyes of children. The film was nominated for the Academy Award and was broadcast in over 40 countries. She also co-directed “The Boys of Baraka,” which was nominated for an Emmy and won a NAACP Image Award. Grady won a Peabody Award in 2011 for “12th & Delaware,” which aired on HBO. Recently, Grady co-directed "DETROPIA," an arresting exploration of Detroit City and its struggle to transform itself into a new and innovative place. The film premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January of 2012 and won the Editing Award for Documentary. Grady along with co-owner Heidi Ewing run the NYC-based production company Loki Films.

Entries by Rachel Grady

We Ain't There Yet, Baby

(4) Comments | Posted August 26, 2013 | 4:13 PM

Over the years, I've had hundreds of assumptions crushed. "Adults act like grown ups." "Judges are fair." "Love occurs at first sight." Making documentaries for a living makes assumption crushing easy.

Another assumption: Women who are elite professional athletes, better then 99.99 percent of all other...

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