Nancy Spielberg

  • Executive Producer, Who Will Write Our History
  • President, Playmount Productions
  • Accomplished Film Executive
  • Fundraiser and Philanthropist

Nancy Spielberg is an accomplished producer, businesswoman, fundraiser and philanthropist. She previously consulted on the Oscar-winning documentary Chernobyl Heart and most recently served as an executive producer for the feature-length documentary Who Will Write Our History, based on the book of the same name by Samuel Kassow.


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Past Hosts Include:
  • Silicon Valley Jewish Film Festival
  • Boulder Jewish Film Festival
  • Houston Jewish Film Festival
  • Cape Town Jewish Community
  • Chabad of Belgravia, London
  • Congregation Ohel Ari, Ra’anana, Israel
Rave Reviews About Nancy Spielberg as a Speaker
The event was a huge success. We sold over 300 tickets and it was one of the best ever events at our synagogue. Nancy was fabulous. The crowd very much appreciated her talent and hard work.

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Talks & Conversations with Nancy Spielberg

Who Will Write Our History

Growing Up Spielberg

Above and Beyond

On The Map

Jewish Identity & Awareness

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Nancy Spielberg is an accomplished businesswoman, fundraiser and philanthropist. She produced documentary feature Above and Beyond in 2014 and is currently developing it as a narrative feature film with a studio. Spielberg is also executive producing Who Will Write Our History, with director Roberta Grossman, and On The Map, with director Dani Menkin. Spielberg served as consultant on the Oscar-winning documentary Chernobyl Heart, and is executive producer of Elusive Justice: The Search for Nazi War Criminals, which aired nationally on PBS, and the documentary Mimi and Dona which was chosen as one of the best TV shows of 2015 by the New York Times. Before creating and producing Above and Beyond, Spielberg produced a project for the Israeli government, Celebrities Salute Israel’s 60th, which was featured in Times Square on the NASDAQ screens for one month.

Spielberg grew up surrounded by the film industry, where she worked on her brother Steven’s early films. She attended Arizona State University and UCLA and, after moving to New York, studied film at Sarah Lawrence College and the New School in New York. She is founder and co-founder of several charities including “A Bid for Charity,” “Children of Chernobyl,” “Project Sunshine” and the American branch of The Jerusalem Academy of Music and Dance.