Tracy Droz Tragos
Tracy Droz Tragos is a producer and director, known for her 2014 documentary, Rich Hill.

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Newsweek: 'Abortion: Stories Women Tell' is the Documentary America Needs Right Now'

Jezebel: A Conversation with Abortion: Stories Women Tell Director Tracy Droz Tragos on Judgment and Choice 

The New York Times: Review: Beyond the Politics in ‘Abortion: Stories Women Tell’

Huffington Post: Abortion: Stories Women Tell

Los Angeles Times: 'Abortion: Stories Women Tell' lets real voices rise above the polarized debate

Glamour: Abortion: Stories Women Tell Is an Honest Look at How All Women Are Impacted by Abortion Laws

NBC News: In New HBO Film, Women Tell Their Own Abortion Stories

Refinery29: This Documentary Explains What's Missing From The Abortion Debate

Splinter: Tracy Droz Tragos on how her provocative new documentary hopes to change the conversation about abortion

Teen Vogue: Tracy Droz Tragos's Documentary Shows What Women Think About Abortion

Rewire: Filmmaker Tracy Droz Tragos Centers Abortion Stories in New Documentary

TV Guide: WNET Under Fire for Pulling PBS Documentary Showcases

Paste Magazine: The 12 Best Documentaries of 2014

NonFics: 14 Best Documentaries of 2014!

Catapult Film Fund: Fall 2014 Grants Announced

Filmmaker Magazine: "Watch Sarah’s Uncertain Path: An Op-Doc from the Directors of Rich Hill" 

Indiewire: Watch: 'Sarah's Uncertain Path' By Directors of Sundance Doc 'Rich Hill'

Roger Ebert: Four Stars for 'Rich Hill'

Bill Moyers: The Poverty of Relentless Disappointment: ‘Rich Hill’ and a Vanishing American Dream

MSNBC: The fading American dream

Indiewire: Director Tracy Droz Tragos Compares Sundance-Winning 'Rich Hill' with 'Boyhood'

RollingStone: 12 Must-See Sundance Successes

Indiewire: Sundance Review: Grand Jury Prize-Winning Doc 'Rich Hill' Is A Finely Observed Portrait Of Millenial American Boyhood

The Hollywood Reporter: Co-directors Tracy Droz Tragos and Andrew Droz Palermo follow three teenage boys living in the dirt-water area of Missouri.

NonFics: ‘Rich Hill’ Review: A Powerful Metaphor for the State of the American Dream

Sundance Institute: Rich Hill Filmmakers Share 4 Lessons From the Doc Edit and Story Lab

USC News: Filmmaker seeks universal truths in documentaries

PRX: Tracy Droz Tragos - Director, Writer, and Producer - Be Good, Smile Pretty and Rich Hill

Star Bulletin: In search of Dad

LA Times: The fathers who never came home

ITVS: Be Good, Smile Pretty Wins Best Documentary Emmy