Dennis Aig

Dennis
Aig
Co-Principal Investigator, Film
Bio: 

Professor Aig is the Head of the MFA Program in Science & Natural History Filmmaking at Montana State University. In more than 25 years of filmmaking, Aig's documentaries and dramatic productions have appeared on public television stations and leading cable networks such as Lifetime, The History Channel, The National Geographic Channel, and The Outdoor Channel. His work has received more than 100 major awards, including 15 Tellys, a Gold Hugo from the Chicago Film Festival, three Regional Emmys, a Gold Medal from the New York Festivals, and a CINE Golden Eagle. Aig is the consulting producer for Khashyar Darvich's feature documentary, "Dalai Lama Renaissance," which has won multiple award and festival honors, and Carl Thiel and Martina Kreidl's dramatic short "Killing Snakes," which was in the short film sections at both the Cannes and Venice film festivals. He is currently co-producer of a multiple episode documentary about the history of Butte.

Dennis Aig