Roger Ross Williams

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Academy Award-winning filmmaker; director of “Life, Animated" and producer for God Loves Uganda, a documentary about the role of American missionaries in anti-gay legislation there

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Owen Suskind was diagnosed with autism and lost his ability to speak at age three. Through animated Disney movies, his family helped him talk again.

How Disney movies changed the life of an autistic boy and his family

Owen Suskind was diagnosed with autism and lost his ability to speak at age three. Through animated Disney movies, his family helped him talk again.

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Academy Award winning documentarian Roger Ross Williams joins Elvis Mitchell in a conversation on autism, as documented in his newest film Life, Animated.

Roger Ross Williams: Life, Animated

Academy Award winning documentarian Roger Ross Williams joins Elvis Mitchell in a conversation on autism, as documented in his newest film Life, Animated.

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Roger Ross Williams is an Academy Award-winner, who's director and producer of the new documentary  God Loves Uganda , about the efforts of US evangelists to export the culture wars.

Are US Evangelists behind Foreign Anti-Gay Laws?

Roger Ross Williams is an Academy Award-winner, who's director and producer of the new documentary God Loves Uganda , about the efforts of US evangelists to export the culture wars.

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