GoldenDoodle Productions is an independent film production company formed by Nancy Frohman in 2016. The aim is to produce documentaries that are compelling and emotionally evocative. 


Nancy began her filmmaking and television production career following two successful careers in immigration consulting and equestrian retail product merchandising and sales. In 2012 she was Associate Producer of a documentary about the Wounded Warrior Horsemanship Program, and in 2013 she co-produced four episodes of a reality-based series on paranormal investigations. Nancy is a certified field producer and field camera technician. In 2014 she won a public access television Monty Award as Winning Technician for the PSA “Gaithersburg H.E.L.P.", and in 2015 for the series "Lip Gloss And A Sander". Nancy was honored at the 2015 Monty Awards with the prestigious Bruce Adams Award for exceptional volunteerism in the community.  In 2016 Nancy won a Monty for her work on "On the Edge of Time", a docu-series about one woman's journey living with ovarian cancer. The feature documentary she produced and directed, "Cheers of JOY", has won several awards including the 2017 Monty for best production and the Impact Docs Awards film festival Award of Excellence.


Nancy is a member of the International Documentary Association, the Film Collaborative, Docs in Progress and the Washington, D.C. chapter of Women In Film and Video.

I don't think there's a right way or a wrong way to make a documentary. There are many ways to tell a story. But what I think they should all have in common is that they inform you of something you weren't already aware of, or expand your knowledge in some way. But perhaps more important is that they make you feel something, and hopefully it is something powerful.

– Nancy Frohman