Jason Cohen

director, 'Facing Fear'

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Director of the Oscar-nominated short documentary Facing Fear

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The 2014 Oscar-nominated documentary “Facing Fear” tells the story of a former neo-Nazi and the gay teen he nearly beat to death.

Facing Fear

The 2014 Oscar-nominated documentary “Facing Fear” tells the story of a former neo-Nazi and the gay teen he nearly beat to death.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The Oscar-nominated documentary  Facing Fear  tells the story of a former neo-Nazi and the gay teen he nearly beat to death.

Facing Fear

The Oscar-nominated documentary Facing Fear tells the story of a former neo-Nazi and the gay teen he nearly beat to death.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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