Monty Diamond

Monty Diamond is a writer, director, and producer based in NYC

Documentary Films

Monty began his film work in documentaries in the NBC Newsfilm Editing Department in 1969. He worked as an assistant editor on “First Tuesday”, Reuven Frank’s premogenitur to “60 Minutes”. He worked for five years making films for state government and Public Television in North Carolina and South Carolina.

San Cristobal Ranch Academy Film

A short documentary about a school for wayward teenage boys in Taos, Texas.


Platinum Awards for best short documentary and best educational video at Houston International Festival

 CINE Golden Eagle 

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A Los Angeles Laker Scrapbook

"a must-see for every Laker fan."
-Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

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The World Trade Center In The Movies

Raindance Film Festival; Berkshires International Festival

Clips from 38 movies in which the World Trade Center appears set to a piece of classical music. One location scout's reminiscence.

Additional films as part of the Museum of Modern Art Film Library include Jonathan Williams: By Eye and By Ear (winner of best documentary at North Carolina Film Festival) and Black Mountain College: A Thumbnail Sketch.

For a complete list of films visit IMDB or view Monty's resume

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