Think of some of the greatest films of all time. Now try to remember the conversations that women have in them. Can't remember? Don't worry, they probably just obsess over men.
It's hard being a movie. Somebody will inevitably dislike you—probably many people all at once.
Director Ezra Edelman just won the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature for 'O.J. Simpson: Made in America'. By deconstructing one scene, he gives insight into how truth and art must co-exist in documentary filmmaking.
Every great documentary is the result of hundreds, if not thousands, of difficult decisions. Director Ezra Edelman, who just won the Best Documentary Feature Academy Award for O.J. Simpson: Made in America delves into one of the creative challenges he faced during this project, a scene where truth and art had to work together. Telling the truth well is an art. When are violent, graphic images appropriate? How does a director avoid sensationalism without being avoidant of an issue? Here is a small window into the responsibilities and creative process of an Oscar-winning film director. O.J. Simpson: Made in America is available to stream on