Rory Kennedy

Director, 'Last Days of Vietnam'

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Rory Kennedy on KCRW

In 1962, John F. Kennedy tried getting Americans to support NASA’s moon mission. NASA was only four years old at the time.

‘Above and Beyond’ celebrates NASA’s 60th anniversary

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Documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy has made films about Vietnam, Abu Ghraib, AIDS, and other topics. Now she’s made something completely different: a documentary about a surfer.

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Documentary filmmaker Rory Kennedy has made films about Vietnam, Abu Ghraib, AIDS, and other topics. Now she’s made something completely different: a documentary about a surfer.

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When American troops were leaving Vietnam in 1975, several mobs of soldiers and South Vietnamese scrambled to get out of Saigon. Amid the chaos, U.S.

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When American troops were leaving Vietnam in 1975, several mobs of soldiers and South Vietnamese scrambled to get out of Saigon. Amid the chaos, U.S.

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