Davis Guggenheim

documentary filmmaker

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Documentary filmmaker of An Inconvenient Truth, the Oscar-winning film about global warming, Waiting for Superman, which advocates for teacher reform and charter schools, and He Named Me Malala, which profiles activist Malala Yousafzai and her family

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Davis Guggenheim won an Oscar in 2007 for the Al Gore climate-change documentary, An Inconvenient Truth.

Davis Guggenheim's Career Evolution

Davis Guggenheim won an Oscar in 2007 for the Al Gore climate-change documentary, An Inconvenient Truth.

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WEB BONUS: Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim joins Elvis Mitchell for a Q&A following a screening of He Named Me Malala at LACMA.

Davis Guggenheim: He Named Me Malala

WEB BONUS: Filmmaker Davis Guggenheim joins Elvis Mitchell for a Q&A following a screening of He Named Me Malala at LACMA.

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The new documentary  He Named Me Malala  tells the story of the young activist Malala Yousafzai, whose outspoken advocacy of education for girls made her the target of the Taliban.

Davis Guggenheim, 'He Named Me Malala'

The new documentary He Named Me Malala tells the story of the young activist Malala Yousafzai, whose outspoken advocacy of education for girls made her the target of the Taliban.

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