Thomas Lee Wright produced the award-winning WTO "Battle-in-Seattle" chronicle "Trade Off" (Human Rights Watch) and directed "Eight-Tray Gangster: The Making of a Crip" (Discovery Channel) which tells the story of L.A.'s Rodney King riots from a gangmember's perspective, and "The Long Ride Home" about a veteran's battle with PTSD. Currently, he's directing and producing the full-length documentary "The Forgotten Ones: Senior Isolation in America" and his book "The Family Guide to Preventing Elder Abuse: How to Protect Your Parents and Yourself" is available from Skyhorse Publishing. Upcoming, he is Executive Producer of Richard Linklater's "Last Flag Flying" from Amazon Studios.
Films by Thomas Lee Wright
- Edith+Eddie 2017
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