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Joe Berlinger

Joe Berlinger appears in the following:

Trying a Mobster

Friday, June 27, 2014

A new documentary on Whitey Bulger, the infamous Boston crime boss, raises more questions than answers: was he a cold-hearted killer or a neighborhood protector? Where is the line between informant and rat? 

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Gangster Whitey Bulger, Corruption, and the FBI

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger and Whitey Bulger's attorney Hank Brennan discuss the trial and new evidence of corruption in the FBI and Department of Justice that allowed Whitey's criminal empire to thrive.

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“Hank: 5 Years from the Brink”

Friday, September 13, 2013

Joe Berlinger, director of the documentary “Hank: 5 Years from the Brink,” a portrait of Hank Paulson, Secretary of the Treasury and former CEO of Goldman Sachs. For three weeks in September 2008, Paulson was the one person charged with preventing the collapse of the U.S. economy, and he tells how he worked to persuade banks, Congress, and presidential candidates to sign off on nearly $1 trillion in bailouts—even as he found the behavior that led to the crisis, and the bailouts themselves, morally reprehensible. “Hank: 5 Years from the Brink” is available exclusively on Netflix September 16.

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Paradise Lost

Friday, October 07, 2011

Critically acclaimed HBO documentary filmmaker Joe Berlinger discusses the “Paradise Lost” series, directed with Bruce Sinofsky. The latest of which, “Paradise Lost 3: Purgatory,” will be show on HBO in January 2012. The series follows three teenagers arrested in 1993 and wrongfully convicted of murdering three eight-year-old boys, and “Paradise Lost 3” concludes with the release of Jason Baldwin, Damien Echols and Jessie Misskelley, the West Memphis 3, after serving 18 years in prison for a crime they didn’t commit.

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Underreported Update: Oil, Ecuador, and Investigative Journalism

Thursday, May 20, 2010

In his film Crude: The Real Price of Oil, documentarian Joe Berlinger chronicled the story behind a law suit filed by thousands of indigenous Ecuadorians against Chevron for oil pollution in the Amazon river. Earlier this month, a New York judge ordered him to turn over hundreds of hours of outtake footage from the film to Chevron.

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Crude

Tuesday, September 08, 2009

Steven Donziger, a lawyer who represented indigenous Ecuadorian tribes in their lawsuit against the American oil company Chevron, and filmmaker Joe Berlinger discuss the documentary "Crude," about the lawsuit brought by the tribes, who alleged that their land, water and culture had been damaged by the policies of Texaco, which ...

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