Articles Tagged ‘MIPCOM Picks 2012’
This special, directed by William Karel (Looking for Nicolas Sarkozy), brings together members of U.S. president Barack Obama’s team and top political analysts to review the highs and lows of his first (and perhaps only) term as Commander in Chief.
The film follows Suu Kyi, the leader of the opposition movement for democracy in Burma and under house arrest for 15 of the last 21 years until her release in November of 2010, as she prepares to re-enter the political fray of her homeland, taking its first steps toward democracy.
This film from Megan Smith-Harris brings together seven burn survivors to recount the stories of the events that changed their lives, and the ways they coped with such events to become stronger than before.
This hard-hitting special takes a new look at the terrorist attacks on the U.S. on September 11, 2001, with audio excerpts of cellphone calls between passengers on the hijacked planes and their loved ones, and radio transmissions between the cockpits and air traffic controllers, forming the foundation of the program.
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