Charlotte Juergens

Charlotte Juergens

Director / Archival Producer
Pat Productions

Charlotte is an independent documentary film director, archival producer, and incoming PhD student in American Culture at the University of Michigan.

Full Bio
Charlotte Juergens is a documentary filmmaker, archival producer, and history scholar based in Brooklyn, New York.

Charlotte recently directed her first feature-length film, Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day. The film follows her experience traveling with a group of D-Day veterans on a pilgrimage to retrace their route from World War II. Sunken Roads is represented by First Run Features and will be released theatrically in New York and Los Angeles once the pandemic subsides.

Charlotte s experience as an archival researcher includes two years at NBC News Archives, where she collaborated with documentarians and curators to research and license archival footage for films and exhibitions. She has worked independently as an archival researcher on a variety of multimedia projects, ranging from the Academy Award-nominated short documentary Joe s Violin to the Connecticut State Library s Remembering World War I centennial commemoration project.

Charlotte will begin her Ph.D. in American Culture at

Professional Credits
Afterthought - Director, Producer (Jan 2021-present)

Field Studio Films - Archival Producer (Nov 2020-present)

Epidavros Project - Archival Producer (Oct 2020-present)

Museum of the City of New York - Research Specialist (Jan 2021-present)

Elevate Innovation - Archival Producer (January 2021)

NBC News Archives - Development Associate & Archival Researcher (Jul 2018-Oct 2020)

Sunken Roads: Three Generations After D-Day - Director, Producer (2014-2019)

Joe's Violin - Archival Researcher (July-Aug 2015)