Perri Peltz

Documentary Filmmaker; Co-Producer and Co-Director, "The Conversation"

Perri Peltz is a documentary filmmaker and public health advocate currently co-directing and co-producing the “Conversation on Race” series with The New York Times Op-Docs. Her films include Remembering the Artist: Robert DeNiro, Sr.; The Education of Dee Dee Ricks;and A Journey of a Thousand Miles: Peacekeepers. Peltz has recently completed a documentary about alcohol use disorder to air on HBO in 2017 and is in production on another documentary for HBO about the drug overdose epidemic. She also hosts “The Perri Peltz Show” and “Doctor Radio Reports” radio shows on SirusXM. Before working in documentary films, Peltz was a broadcast journalist for NBC, ABC, and CNN.

Videos/Audio of Perri Peltz

Published studies have documented the many physical and mental health benefits of meditation, including decreased pain... See more
Meet and talk with two women helping to lead the charge and empower parents, schools, and communities against gun... See more
Instances of wrongful convictions, misconduct by some prosecutors, public concern over mass incarceration, and evidence... See more
The story of inequality is the story of two Americas. Robert Peace, who grew up impoverished in Newark but graduated... See more
We may think we don't host an ounce of racism in our minds or hearts. And yet, each of us has a part in what is... See more
How we engage our citizens in the future will be a marker for the strength of our communities and, ultimately, our... See more