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David Sutherland on the "Magic" of Filmmaking
"My films are really about people and how they react," says David Sutherland, director of the forthcoming film "Kind Hearted Woman," airing April 1 and 2 on PBS.
February 14, 2013
Before I Was Anybody, I Was A Child Survivor of the Holocaust
FRONTLINE sat down with filmmaker Marian Marzynski to discuss why he made "Never Forget to Lie," the emotional pain it wrought and what viewers can learn from the last remaining witnesses of the Holocaust.
February 4, 2013
What People Are Saying about "Never Forget to Lie"
"On the building walls there are silhouettes of mothers and fathers, who they saw for the last time. This is their catharsis: a return to their childhood."
February 4, 2013
Promotional Tour Schedule
"Never Forget to Lie" airs on FRONTLINE April 30, 2013, but will also be screened in advance at select theaters.
February 4, 2013
Will the Violence Against Women Act Close a Tribal Justice "Loophole"?
One of the new changes in the Violence Against Women Act could help protect Native American women from abusers. So why has it been so controversial?
February 4, 2013
Controversial Teenage Guantanamo Detainee Transferred to Canada
A juvenile when he was arrested, Omar Khadr's case has been a lightning rod in the debate over post-9/11 detention policies. His treatment in detention and his family's connections to Al Qaeda have only added to the controversy.
October 2, 2012
Ai Weiwei Pokes Fun at Gov't Surveillance -- with Webcams
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Ai Weiwei's arrest for "economic" crimes -- and China's most famous dissident artist continues to provoke the authorities.
April 3, 2012
Has China Legalized Secret Detentions?
Yesterday, Chinese lawmakers enacted a number of revisions to the country's criminal code ostensibly designed to bring some Western-style protections to the country's legal process.
March 15, 2012