Alex Gibney

director of “Totally Under Control” and “Agents of Chaos”

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Director, writer and producer, he won a 2007 Oscar for his film, Taxi to the Dark Side

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Oscar-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney looked at why the U.S. failed so stunningly in its COVID-19 response. His new documentary is called “Totally Under Control.”

‘Totally Under Control’ shows how Trump administration didn’t follow its own playbook on tackling COVID

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from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Alex Gibney is one of the most prolific documentary filmmakers working today, but this year was a banner year even for him.

How Alex Gibney finished 2 documentaries during the pandemic

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Election Day is less than two months away. There’s already a repeat of the disinformation campaigns Russia waged four years ago.

‘Agents of Chaos’ focuses on a Russian troll farm and Vladimir Putin’s impact on the 2016 election

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