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January 19th, 2014
12:50 PM ET

Making a documentary

Documentary filmmaker Andrew Rossi talks to Brian Stelter, who featured prominently in his New York Times documentary “Page One,” about the craft of filming documentary subjects.


Filed under: Andrew Rossi • Blog • documentary • New York Times • Reliable Sources • Sundance
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