TRUTH & JUSTICE
Friday, April 15th, 2011
Documentarians have a history of spending years covering court cases, mistrials of justice and, in the case of some, the reversal of erroneous convictions. Filmmakers with experience in these epic journeys discuss their methodology and dedication to the subjects they’ve exhaustively represented on film. How does a filmmaker gain and maintain access to the many parties involved? How does one navigate presenting a balance of viewpoints? To what extent does a final verdict dictate the film’s completion?
Moderated by Nancy Buirski, filmmaker The Loving Story and Founder, Full Frame
Panelists include: Grover Babcock, filmmaker Scenes of a Crime; Amir Bar-Lev, filmmaker The Tillman Story; Marshall Curry, filmmaker If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front; and Ricki Stern, filmmaker The Trials of Darryl Hunt
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