Stacey Offman is an accomplished documentary and non-fiction television producer based in New York City. For the past eleven years, she has produced numerous feature length documentaries and a variety of programs and series for the IFC, Comedy Central, F/X Network, History Television and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. Recently, Ms. Offman produced the Morgan Spurlock's Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden? and the critically acclaimed What Would Jesus Buy?

Prior to producing with Spurlock, she served as supervising producer for Emmy-nominated Borderline TV ('03-'05) and was senior producer for five years with Academy-Award® nominated Paperny Films ('98-'03) in her native Canada.

Other producer credits include: KINK, the provocative IDA- nominated documentary series about alternative sexual lifestyles; Star Spangled Canadians, the acclaimed CBC documentary special profiling luminaries Peter Jennings, Graydon Carter and Ivan Reitman; The Boys of Buchenwald, a portrait of holocaust survivors featuring Nobel Peace Prize recipient Elie Wiesel; and the IFC documentary Celluloid Dreams, profiling surrealist filmmakers David Lynch, Jean Pierre Jeunet and Guy Maddin.

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