Jim: The James Foley Story
An American Journalist Killed by ISIS

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Brian

I made this film to carry on the stories that Jim needed us to know. It's important that we understand the significant role of today's conflict journalists and why they risk their lives to tell the world how bad it can be.

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Lauren

Congratulations to the filmmakers for winning a 2016 Emmy for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking!

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