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First-Time Director's Story: How Iraq Went Awry

Iraq

First-Time Director's Story: How Iraq Went Awry

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Explosion in Iraq, still image taken from No End in Sight

Charles Ferguson's No End in Sight opens in theaters this weekend. www.noendinsightmovie.com hide caption

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Charles Ferguson, the movie's producer and director, talks about how his film differs from other documentaries made about the conflict in Iraq. No End in Sight won the Special Jury Prize at this year's Sundance Film Festival.

Charles Ferguson, director and producer, No End in Sight

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