Brett Morgen

documentary filmmaker

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Brett Morgen is a American documentary film director, producer and social commentator, known for his films The Kid Stays in the Picture, Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck and Jane.

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The filmmaker discusses his most recent film about primatologist Jane Goodall.

Brett Morgen: Jane

The filmmaker discusses his most recent film about primatologist Jane Goodall.

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Almost eight years ago, Courtney Love gave director Brett Morgen a key to a storage unit full of Kurt Cobain's notebooks, photographs and tapes.

'Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck'

Almost eight years ago, Courtney Love gave director Brett Morgen a key to a storage unit full of Kurt Cobain's notebooks, photographs and tapes.

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In 2007, Kurt Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, contacted documentary filmmaker Brett Morgen with the idea of making a film about her late husband.

'Montage of Heck'

In 2007, Kurt Cobain’s widow, Courtney Love, contacted documentary filmmaker Brett Morgen with the idea of making a film about her late husband.

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