It’s day three of our coverage with Slamdance and Sundance 2020 and we are speaking with THE FIGHT, a film produced by Kerry Washington about what it’s like to be a ACLU lawyer after Trump took office. We speak with the Director of the Voting Rights Project at the ACLU, Dale Ho, and filmmakers Elyse Steinberg and Eli Despres about the documentary. We also speak to Academy Award–, Golden Globe–, Emmy Award–, and Grammy Award–winning filmmaker Ron Howard, about REBUILDING PARADISE, a documentary about the aftermath of the devastating wildfires throughout Northern California. In a roundtable with two incredible world documentary filmmakers, we talk to filmmaker Claudia Sparrow about her film, MAXIMA, and filmmaker Anabel Rodriguez Rios about her film, ONCE UPON A TIME IN VENEZUELA. From another world documentary film, we speak with Sundance alum Ramona Diaz, the director of A THOUSAND CUTS, and musician Ruby Ibarra, who sings the closing credit song.
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