The agency will represent Story Syndicate in all regions of the world. Additionally representing Garbus is UTA.
Story Syndicate is renowned for providing high-quality narrative and nonfiction programming. The docuseries Nuclear Family (HBO), which tells the tale of a first-generation lesbian family’s struggle to remain together, I’ll Be Gone In The Dark (HBO), which examines one extraordinary woman’s epic search to identify the Golden State Killer, and The Innocence Files (Netflix), which documents cases of wrongful conviction that The Innocence Project has worked to overturn, are among Story Syndicate’s most recent TV productions.
Recent feature documentaries include Britney vs. Spears (Netflix), which explores Britney Spears’ struggle for freedom, Fauci (Nat Geo), which follows Dr. Anthony Fauci and his crucial role in two pandemics, Becoming Costeau (Nat Geo), which follows the life of underwater explorer Jacques-Yves Cousteau, Mayor Pete (Amazon), which follows Pete Buttigieg’s campaign to become the youngest American President in history, and All In:
Other upcoming projects produced by Story Syndicate include The Murders Before the Marathon, which explores the relationship between a gruesome triple homicide and the Boston Marathon bombings, premiering on Hulu in late July, and Children of the Underground, a five-part docuseries about charismatic vigilante Faye Yager that will air on FX on August 12 and on Hulu on August 13.
Other upcoming projects include a Netflix docuseries about the GameStop saga, the Apple double feature Number One on the Call Sheet, which follows the lives of Black actors and actresses with producers Jamie Foxx, Kevin Hart, Angela Basset, and Halle Berry, as well as other movies and television shows being made at Netflix, HBO, Hulu, and Apple.
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What Happened, Miss Simone? (2016) and The Farm: Angola, USA (1999) earned Garbus two Oscar nominations in the Best Documentary Feature category.
For What Happened, Miss Simone? in the category of Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special in 2016 and Ghosts of Abu Ghraib in the category of Outstanding Nonfiction Special in 2007, she received two Primetime Emmy Awards.
For Icarus in 2018, Cogan received an Oscar for Best Documentary Feature. Additionally, he received a Primetime Emmy in the Outstanding Documentary or Nonfiction Special category in 2020 for The Apollo.