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| 60 MIN | 2013

TRIBECA TALKS® PEN TO PAPER: WHOSE CREDIT IS IT ANYWAY?

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Hosted by Barnes & Noble. Documentaries continue to evolve over the years into ever more complex, multi-format storytelling features. One recent development is a new credit: the writer. As filmmakers embrace or fight this controversial title, our panelists discuss when taking the credit is appropriate. Panelists include writer/director Fahad Mustafa (Powerless), writer/director Warwick Ross (Red Obsession), director Jason Osder (Let the Fire Burn), editor Nels Bangerter (Let the Fire Burn) and director Sean Dunne (Oxyana). Moderated by Producer, Editor Carin Besser.
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