Tia Lessin

Co-Director of "Citizen Koch"

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Academy Award-nominated filmmaker and co-director of the new documentary Citizen Koch

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Tia Lessin and Carl Deal, Oscar-nominated documentary filmmakers of Trouble The Water, were thrilled when they were promised money and a public broadcast audience from ITVS for their…

'Citizen Koch'

Tia Lessin and Carl Deal, Oscar-nominated documentary filmmakers of Trouble The Water, were thrilled when they were promised money and a public broadcast audience from ITVS for their…

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Citizen Koch filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal on why their deal with public television fell apart; Jenny Radelet tells a tale of a film that found a marketing partnership through…

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Citizen Koch filmmakers Tia Lessin and Carl Deal on why their deal with public television fell apart; Jenny Radelet tells a tale of a film that found a marketing partnership through…

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A film on money in American politics was produced for broadcast on public television.

"Citizen Koch:" Big Money, Politics and a Movie that Nearly Didn't Get Made

A film on money in American politics was produced for broadcast on public television.

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