Andrew Jarecki

Director, 'All Good Things'

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Filmmaker, in 2003 his documentary Capturing the Friedmans was nominated for an Oscar

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Five years ago, director Andrew Jarecki and producer Marc Smerling came out with a movie based on the life of billionaire New York real estate heir Robert Durst, who’s been suspected…

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