Craig Gilbert created and produced for public television the pioneering and provocative public television series, An American Family. He began his wide-ranging career as an apprentice film editor for the newsreel series, March Of Time. Moving to NBC, he served as assistant film editor for Victory At Sea. For ten years Gilbert was a writer/director/producer for CBS, NBC and ABC. Among his other documentaries for public television are: Margaret Mead’s New Guinea Journal (Emmy nomination), The Triumph Of Christy Brown, and Robert Lowell.

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Gilbert created and produced for public television the pioneering and provocative public television series, An American Family. He began his wide-ranging career as an apprentice film editor for the newsreel series, March Of Time. Moving to NBC, he served as assistant film editor for Victory At Sea. For ten years Gilbert was a writer/director/producer for CBS, NBC and ABC. Among his other documentaries for public television are: Margaret Mead’s New Guinea Journal (Emmy nomination), The Triumph Of Christy Brown, and Robert Lowell.

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