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story.lead_photo.caption Directors Nanfu Wang, "One Child Nation," right, and Waad Al-Kateab, "For Sama," talk about "Filming in High-Risk Situations, Politics, and More" on Saturday. - Photo by Jami Smith of The Sentinel-Record

The Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival hosted a discussion on "Filming in High-Risk Situations, Politics, and More" on Saturday.

The discussion, held at the Arlington Resort Hotel & Spa Saturday afternoon, included directors Nanfu Wang, "One Child Nation," and Waad Al-Kateab, "For Sama."

Wang's film won the Grand Jury Prize at Sundance, while Al-Kateab's debut film won the Best Documentary Prize at Cannes.


Also at the festival:


Local on 10/20/2019

Print Headline: High-risk filmmaking

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