Amy Ziering

film producer and director

American film producer and director and Academy Award-nominee for the documentary The Hunting Ground, about college campus sexual assault

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Robert Scheer discusses the documentary film The Hunting Ground with its director, Kirby Dick, and producer, Amy Ziering.

The Hunting Ground: Sexual Assault on Campus

Robert Scheer discusses the documentary film The Hunting Ground with its director, Kirby Dick, and producer, Amy Ziering.

from Scheer Intelligence

The 2012 documentary The Invisible War told the story of rampant sexual assault in the military.

“The Hunting Ground”

The 2012 documentary The Invisible War told the story of rampant sexual assault in the military.

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