David Holbrooke

Telluride Mountainfilm

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Festival director of Telluride Mountainfilm and director of the documentary film The Diplomat 

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After 50 years as an American diplomat, Richard Holbrooke is most famous for helping Bill Clinton end the bloody Bosnian War.

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