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  1. Director Raoul Peck: "My Job as a Filmmaker is to Make Sure the World is Seen" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    1:55 pm 11/15/2016

    "Especially being a black man, I don't see myself on the screen. I don't see my world on the screen."Read more

  2. Director Werner Herzog on Filming in a Volcano | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    1:52 pm 11/15/2016

    Into the Inferno director Werner Herzog discusses the most dangerous filming situations he has been in, including filming in an active volcano.Read more

  3. 'Life, Animated' Director Roger Ross Williams: Documentaries "Can Be Uplifting and Positive" | Documentary Oscar Roundatble

    5:01 am 11/15/2016

    'Life, Animated' is "an uplifting, positive story about going into the older world of Owen, who has autism," Williams said.Read more

  4. 'O.J.: Made in America' Director Edelman: "Fundamentally the Story Was Going to Be About Race" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/15/2016

    "The story of O.J. always was a story about the city of Los Angeles and the black community here and the Los Angeles Police Department," said Ezra Edelman.Read more

  5. 'Life, Animated' Director Roger Ross Williams: Documentaries "Can be Uplifting and Positive" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    8:00 am 11/14/2016

    'Life, Animated' is "an uplifting, positive story about going into the older world of Owen, who has autism," said the film's director, Roger Ross Williams.Read more

  6. Documentary Roundtable: 'O.J.,' 'Weiner' Filmmakers and 4 More on Dealing With Death Onscreen and When to Turn the Camera Off

    6:00 am 11/14/2016

    THR gathered six non-fiction filmmakers — Ezra Edelman ('O.J.: Made in America'), Werner Herzog ('Into the Inferno,' 'Lo and Behold'), Kirsten Johnson ('Cameraperson'), Josh Kriegman ('Weiner'), Raoul Peck ('I Am Not Your Negro') and Roger Ross Williams ('Life, Animated') — for a discussion about when to intercede in a scene, how much brutality to reveal on screen and why the diversity issue is "worse" in the doc world.Read more

  7. 'Into the Inferno' & 'Lo and Behold' Director Werner Herzog "Lifts the Audience to a Very High Level" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    Herzog tells a story about some police officers who tried to confiscate his footage.Read more

  8. 'I Am Not Your Negro' Director Raoul Peck Was "Just the Messenger" of Baldwin's Words | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "The starting point of the movie are the words of a person, a great author, James Baldwin."Read more

  9. 'Cameraperson' Director Kirsten Johnson: "We All Have These Blind Spots" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "I reached out to all the directors that I worked with and talked to them about, 'can I use this footage in my film? And it will be used differently in my film than it has been used in your film.'"Read more

  10. 'O.J.: Made in America' Director Ezra Edelman: "Fundamentally the Story Was Going to be About Race" | Documentary Oscar Roundtable

    5:00 am 11/14/2016

    "The story of O.J. always was a story about the City of Los Angeles and the black community here and the Los Angeles Police Department," said 'O.J.: Made in America' director Ezra Edelman.Read more

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