Making No End In Sight, my first film, was unquestionably one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. I first had the idea in 2004, and asked some senior people in the media what they thought. Almost unanimously, they said: don’t do it, because you’ll be competing with many other people, backed by large organizations. […]

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As the Bush administration tells us that more troops will finally yield victory, the parallels between Vietnam and Iraq seem ever clearer: the mismanaged occupation of a profoundly different nation; the vast lies; the increasing desperation when reality can no longer be denied. There are, however, two important differences. The first is that for all […]

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