Ep. 2 - In war reporting, Robert Fisk always chooses a side

On Docs

Yung Chang's documentaries have looked at China's modernization, exotic fruit cultivators, and more. Now, in This Is Not a Movie, he turns his sights on Robert Fisk, Middle East correspondent for The Independent newspaper. Fisk has covered some of the region's most harrowing conflicts in his more-than-40-year career. Chang spoke to Colin Ellis on making a doc about someone with a controversial reputation, having a subjective point of view in journalism, Fisk's criticism of social media, and more.
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Nov 12, 2019
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