The Bundy Family And The New Militia Movement, Jeffrey Tambor, Ben Falcone On Fatherhood, Scott Turow's 'Testimony'

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An occupier at the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge near Burns, Oregon.

Director and producer Rick Rowley discusses his new film for FRONTLINE, “American Patriot: Inside the Armed Uprising Against the Federal Government." The film explores the standoff between the Bundy ranching family and the federal government, and how it inspired a larger armed militia movement. Bestselling author Scott Turow joins us to discuss his latest book, "Testimony." It follows a bottomed out prosecutor who is selected by the International Criminal Court to investigate the disappearance of a Roma refugee camp in the aftermath of the Bosnian War. Director, writer and actor Ben Falcone discusses fatherhood and what lessons his own dad taught him about parenting. Actor Jeffrey Tambor joins us to discuss growing up in San Francisco with a depressive father, who would become the inspiration for some of his most well-known characters like Hank Kingsley and George Bluth. He also discusses how comedian Gary Shandling, creator of "The Larry Sanders Show," Mitch Hurwitz of "Arrested Development" and Jill Soloway of "Transparent" helped him become a better actor.