LOGTV, LTD is a non-profit, tax-exempt 501(c) (3) public charity organization, founded in 1999 by the acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Slawomir Grünberg, to research, distribute, and produce educational documentary films and educational programming with a special emphasis on themes connected to Jewish life, history and identity, as well as the history of World War II and the Holocaust.
LOGTV media team devotes much time to background research regarding the subjects of the documentary; to the documentary authenticity of the films, to the professionalism in editing, and in distribution and outreach. A significant number of international and national humanities themes are addressed explored and conveyed in many programs produced by LOGTV, LTD. The films produced by LOGTV, LTD are not only shown and awarded at festivals, but also distributed in cinemas and shown on TV around the world. Educational activities are of key importance for LOGTV, LTD and it’s films are also screened in educational institutions such as libraries, schools, and universities. The company acts as a participant and organizer of seminars and lectures accompanying the screenings of it’s films. The organization also provides internships and training programs in video production. LOGTV served also as the fiscal sponsor for several documentary films produced in the U.S. The themes of most successful productions of LOGTV include: Jewish History & Identity, LGBT&Q, Environmental, Disabilities & Human Rights and Law & Social Justice & Immigration.
Our core team includes Slawomir Grunberg (Emmy Award winning filmmaker) and Katka Reszke (Ph.D. in Jewish Education), both with experience in teaching and independent documentary and scholarly work.