Errol Morris

Academy Award-winning documentary filmmaker

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Errol Morris is an Academy-award winning filmmaker, best known for Thin Blue Line, Gates of Heaven, The Fog of War: Eleven Lessons from the Life of Robert S. McNamara and The Unknown Known: The Life and Times of Donald Rumsfeld.

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For his new documentary project  Wormwood , filmmaker Errol Morris spent days interviewing Erik Olson, a man who grew up believing his father Frank -- an Army scientist with…

Director Errol Morris on 'Wormwood'

For his new documentary project Wormwood , filmmaker Errol Morris spent days interviewing Erik Olson, a man who grew up believing his father Frank -- an Army scientist with…

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Filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his famed interview device, the interrotron, which allows the subjects of his films to maintain eye contact both with the camera and him during the…

Errol Morris

Filmmaker Errol Morris discusses his famed interview device, the interrotron, which allows the subjects of his films to maintain eye contact both with the camera and him during the…

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In Errol Morris' Oscar-winning film,  The Fog of War , former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was conscience-stricken over the war in Vietnam.

Rumsfeld Gets the Errol Morris Treatment

In Errol Morris' Oscar-winning film, The Fog of War , former Defense Secretary Robert McNamara was conscience-stricken over the war in Vietnam.

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