About the Director
She has won two Gracie Allen Awards from American Women in Radio and Television. Beth is also an author (Fighting For Our Future, McGraw Hill) and university professor. At Suffolk University and American University Paris, Beth has taught courses in covering international crises, the business of international news, and media ethics. Prior to her film work, Beth was as a television and radio news reporter and anchor. She was born in Gales Ferry, Connecticut and earned a B.A. in History from the University of Connecticut, and an M.A. in International Relations and International Communications from Boston University.
Beth Murphy has been directing, producing, and reporting for documentaries and television & radio news for 18 years. As the founder of Principle Pictures, Beth has contributed programming to The History Channel, Discovery Channel, Lifetime Television, PBS and numerous international media outlets. From covering stories of slavery in Sudan to young women battling breast cancer, Beth's work focuses on the hope and humanity that often define our darkest hours.