Howard Dratch is an award-winning filmmaker whose prestigious films and TV programs have been shown in theaters, film festivals, and television throughout the world. His best known work is the $19 million feature-length dramatic film PATH TO WAR, which he created and produced for HBO on LBJ and the Vietnam War. As Producer, Dratch worked closely with director John Frankenheimer, and a cast that included Michael Gambon, Donald Sutherland, Alec Baldwin, and Gary Sinise. The film was nominated for numerous Emmys, Golden Globes and the Humanitas Award, as well as recognition by the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and the Producers’ Guild of America for best made-for-television motion picture of the year. Dratch’s previous films include the multi-part PBS series ROUTES OF RHYTHM WITH HARRY BELAFONTE about Cuban music, ON COMPANY BUSINESS about the CIA and U.S. foreign policy, EARTHMOVERS for the History Channel and many other productions.