Diamond Docs is an Oscar®-winning film and television production company producing some of the very best documentary feature films and series being made today.
Los Angeles Based Diamond Docs has recently collaborated on a trio of high profile documentary projects; Ron Howard’s Grammy and BAFTA nominated, The Beatles: Eight Days a Week – The Touring Years, Leonardo DiCaprio’s award winning, Before the Flood, and Steven Spielberg’s award winning, Finding Oscar. Currently in release is ‘Icarus’, short listed for an Academy Award nomination. The Sundance award winner tells the timely story of the Russian doping scandal. Diamond Docs is currently in production on several projects, including a Ron Howard helmed documentary on the life of Pavarotti.
Diamond Docs was founded in 2006 by the multiple award winning team of Mark Monroe, (writer, producer & journalist), Paul Crowder (editor, director and musician) and Morgan Sackett (producer). With the recent addition of award-winning television and film producer, Michael Shevloff, Diamond Docs is building on its success and expanding production.
Diamond Docs has become known for making high quality, stand-out documentaries that have a broad appeal and are commercially successful. Our long experience and expertise in making consistently great documentaries is second to none. We often collaborate with some of the most talented and successful filmmakers in the world while also seeking out those special and unique stories to tell. We work with filmmakers that share our vision and sometimes we work with just ourselves.
Diamond Docs looks to tell captivating stories with great characters that are timely and socially relevant. In addition to the social justice genre, we have produced documentaries that we consider thrillers and comedies as well as sports themed stories and many music documentaries, including films on The Who, Billy Joel and The Beatles.
Over the past 10 years, Diamond Docs has been associated with over 25 films, including the Monroe written documentary The Cove, winner of the Audience Award for Documentary at the 2009 Sundance Film Festival that went on to win the 2010 Oscar® for Best Documentary.