Michael Sorensen
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Michael Sorensen

VP, Production & Development (NY)
: Discovery Channel
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TV TitleNetworksJob TitleCompanyStatusSeason
AMERICAN WEST, THEAMCExecutive ProducerCompleted2015-2016
HOW DO THEY DO IT?Science ChannelExecutive Producer Non-writingPre Production2015-2016
HOW DO THEY DO IT?Science ChannelExecutive Producer Non-writingCompleted2014-2015
EATEN ALIVEDiscoveryExecutive Producer Non-writingCompleted2014-2015
BACKYARD OILDiscoveryExecutive Producer Non-writingCompleted2013-2014
HOW DO THEY DO IT?Science ChannelExecutive Producer Non-writingPre Production2013-2014
HOW DO THEY DO IT?Science ChannelExecutive Producer Non-writingCompleted2013-2014
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Looking to strengthen its development slate, MGM is in final negotiations to acquire a pitch from "Dirty Dancing" scribe Maria Maggenti titled "One Red Paper Clip," based on the non-fiction book by…
A blood-boiling look at a crime whose perpetrators remain national heroes in their native Indonesia, docu challenges those responsible for carrying out the executions of nearly a million convicted…
Self-indulgent musical "Love Is in the Air" comes when a gay teen tells his best friend that you can tell you're in love if a girl farts in your face and you still want to be with her.
It's no secret that directors can be discovered on YouTube and that Facebook can help market movies, but a few industryites and creatives are digging a little deeper into the Web's networking…
It was another big night for Pixar and the computer graphics community as the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences feted its Scientific & Technical Award winners.
Two major Danish productions for the international market, Lars von Trier's "Dogville" followup "Manderlay" and Bille August's "Return to Sender," have received funding from the Danish Film Institute.