Investigating with a Camera - Errol Morris


Filmmaker and essayist Errol Morris's groundbreaking work tackles questions of truth, objectivity, and the role of expert knowledge in modern society. His documentaries are renowned for their innovative use of interviews and archival material. In his talk, "Investigating With a Camera," Morris will reflect on his experiences researching and producing four of his most celebrated films - The Thin Blue Line, on a Texas murder case; Mr. Death, on capital punishment and Holocaust denial; The Fog of War, on Robert McNamara and the Vietnam War; and Standard Operating Procedure, on the Abu Ghraib prison scandal. His new book,Believing is Seeing: Observations on the Mysteries of Photographies, was released by Penguin Press in September.

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