The Invisible War - Interview with Directors Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering on BYOD





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Published on May 22, 2012

Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering from the documentary "The Invisible War," which sheds light on the endemic problem of sexual assault in the US military.

The film has been shaking viewers into action with it's heart wrenching illumination of the great military shame of sexual violence in its ranks.

Kirby Dick - is an Academy Award-nominated documentary director, one of the most prolific and eclectic filmmakers working in the field today. Dick has been a regular contributor at Sundance Film Festival over the years. His films have screened at the Venice, Berlin, Toronto, San Sebastian, Locarno, Edinburgh, Yamagata Film Festivals and many others as well. His latest film "The Invisible War" received this year's coveted Audience Award: Documentary at Sundance 2012. Dick is also one of the founders and creative directors of Chain Camera Pictures, a Los Angeles-based company that produces critically acclaimed documentaries for international theatrical and television release.

BYOD is co-hosted by Ondi Timoner, director of "DIG!," "JOIN US" and "WE LIVE IN PUBLIC," and has the rare distinction of winning the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance twice, and Vladimir Radovanov, entertainment attorney, and executive producer of "WE LIVE IN PUBLIC." Each week the show explores a different documentary filmmaker or aspect of filmmaking, with special guests and a live Q&A-- diving deep into creative process and the business realities of producing and distributing films. Ondi and Vladimir share their insider views, opinions, and personal stories, welcoming audience participation. BYOD aims to entertain, inform, and elevate documentaries in general by bringing attention to films and film makers that deserve exposure.


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