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When the Personal is Political in Documentary

Host Jennie Butler speaks with director Nick Bruckman and producer Amanda Roddy about their award-winning feature "Not Going Quietly."

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When the Personal is Political in Documentary

Rough Cut features conversations with documentary filmmakers and video journalists about their creative process—successes, failures, and what they’ve learned along the way.

Catch the video version of this episode below.

Host Jennie Butler speaks with director Nick Bruckman and producer Amanda Roddy about their award-winning feature film, "Not Going Quietly," which follows activist Ady Barkan as he travels the country fighting for healthcare reform. In this episode, Nick, Amanda, and Jennie discuss commercial work vs. doc filmmaking, how they were able to capture such private moments related to Ady's declining health, and getting the Duplass brothers on board as executive producers.


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