Dee Mosbacher

Psychiatrist, Academy Award Nominated Documentary Filmmaker

Dee Mosbacher is a psychiatrist and an Academy Award nominated documentary filmmaker. She was a producer/director of Straight from the Heart, 1994 (Academy AwardTM nomination); Out for a Change: Addressing Homophobia in Women's Sports, 1995 (Apple Award, National Educational Media Network); and All God's Children, 1996 (Best Documentary, National Black Arts Film Festival).

Dr. Mosbacher executive produced De Colores, winner of the 2001 Audience award at the Outfest Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival. Her 2002 documentary Radical Harmonies won the Audience Award for Best Documentary at Frameline: The San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival and the award for outstanding soundtrack at Outfest.

Dr. Mosbacher’s other co-production credits include: No Secret Any More: The Times of Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon, 2003 (Audience Award, Best Documentary, Reel Affirmations, Washington, DC); Closets Are Health Hazards: Gay and Lesbian Physicians Come Out; and Lesbian Physicians on Practice, Patients, and Power.

Dr. Mosbacher is the founder and President of Woman Vision, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote social justice through the production of educational films and video. Find out more about these films and Woman Vision at:

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