Annie Wong


Annie Wong has worked as a producer on two films for PBS’ investigative news series, Frontline:  Opioids, Inc and Being Mortal, both nominated for an Emmy Award. Most recently, she spent 2022 reporting on war crimes in Ukraine and was a director and producer on the film Putin’s Attack on Ukraine: Documenting War Crimes.


She started her career working with Bill Moyers on his documentary series Close to Home, about addiction and recovery. She directed, wrote and produced for the PBS series Exposé: America’s Investigative Reports. She was a producer for the Academy Award-winning French filmmaking team Denis Poncet and Jean Xavier DeLestrade on Sin City Law, an 8-part verité series examining the criminal justice system in Las Vegas.


She has also directed and produced live events including The World Science Festival, former Vice President Al Gore’s The Climate Reality Project, showcasing climate change leaders and activists around the world and for Tina Brown Live Media –the annual Women in the World and the American Justice Summit.


She has received an Emmy Award, an International Documentary Association Award and the Gerald Loeb Award.

Languages Spoken:

English, French


New York City

Crime Scene: Bucha
FRONTLINE, The Associated Press and SITU map the atrocities in Bucha, Ukraine, through eyewitness accounts, videos and exclusive 3D data.
December 6, 2022
1h 24m
APTOPIX Russia Ukraine War
Putin's Attack on Ukraine: Documenting War Crimes
FRONTLINE and the Associated Press investigate evidence of Russian war crimes in Ukraine and the pursuit of justice.
October 25, 2022
Opioids, Bribery And Wall Street: The Inside Story Of A Disgraced Drugmaker
Executives from Insys, the maker of Subsys, became the first pharmaceutical bosses to be handed prison time for their role in America’s opioid epidemic.
June 18, 2020
Opioids, Inc.
The story of a drug company that pushed opioids by bribing doctors and committing insurance fraud.
June 23, 2020