Amy Berg

documentary filmmaker

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American documentary filmmaker and director of Prophet's Prey 

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Filmmaker Amy Berg got an Oscar nomination for Deliver Us From Evil, her 2006 documentary that exposed decades of abuse within the Catholic Church.

'Prophet's Prey'

Filmmaker Amy Berg got an Oscar nomination for Deliver Us From Evil, her 2006 documentary that exposed decades of abuse within the Catholic Church.

from The Business

In 2008, authorities raided the compound of the Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints - a polygamous, unsanctioned off-shoot of the Mormon Church.

'Prophet’s Prey'

In 2008, authorities raided the compound of the Fundamentalist Church of the Latter Day Saints - a polygamous, unsanctioned off-shoot of the Mormon Church.

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Amy Berg, Lorri Davis, Damien Echols: West of Memphis

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