An Israeli documentary relied on screenwriter Andrew Birkin's 1970s interviews with Albert Speer. Now Birkin says the film twists the source material to portray Birkin as a whitewasher of the Nazi architecht's crimes.
by Greg Mitchell
Greg Mitchell's Atomic Cover-Up premiers this month and tells the story of two film crews, one Japanese and one from the U.S. Army, whose footage of the human toll of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings was seized and suppressed by the U.S. goverment.
by Jon Wilkman
A sizable percentage of Americans get their sense of history through television documentaries. The history of nonfiction filmmaking offers crucial insight on how we got to, and how we might escape, a "post-truth" world.
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