She has produced recent documentaries that include “The Clinton Affair,” “Studio 54,” and “City of Ghosts,” as well as well-known documentaries like “Life, Animated,” “Murderball,” and “Jesus Camp.”
Apple has an extensive video content team working out of Culver City, Los Angeles. Apple has thus far secured the rights to dozens of TV shows and a handful of documentary films, and Apple is clearly aiming to beef up its documentary content offerings with the hiring of Thompson.
Apple’s current documentaries include two projects with Oprah focusing on mental health and sexual harassment in the workplace, as well as “The Elephant Queen,” a feature-length documentary about an elephant matriarch who leads her herd to find a new watering hole.
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