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POV

Behind the Lens - Mugabe and the White African

  • Aired: 07/26/2011
  • 17:59
  • Rating: NR
Filmmaker Lucy Bailey talks with Geoffrey Smith, whose films 'Presumed Guilty' and 'The English Surgeon' premiered on POV, about her powerful film 'Mugabe and the White African.' Bailey addresses the risks and dangers of filming in Zimbabwe, as well as ethical concerns for documentary filmmakers.
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Filmmaker Lucy Bailey addresses the risks of filming white farmers in Zimbabwe.
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