Betsy West and Julie Cohen discuss their movie, The documentary RBG, as well as what makes the film unique, why they chose the subject, and what makes Justice Ginsburg worthy of her own documentary.
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Betsy West is a video journalist and filmmaker with three decades experience in news and documentaries. Most recently, she...
Julie Cohen is an award-winning filmmaker and producer with eight feature-length documentaries to her credit. Her films include The...
The documentary RBG explores the quiet rise of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg into a pop culture icon and, more importantly, a powerful voice in the nation’s highest court. In this episode of the ABA Law Student Podcast, hosts Caitlin Peterson and John Weber talk about the movie with the people who made it, Betsy West and Julie Cohen. They discuss what makes the film unique, from music choice to why they chose the subject, as well as what makes Justice Ginsburg worthy of her own documentary.
Betsy West is a video journalist and filmmaker with three decades experience in news and documentaries. Most recently, she directed RBG.
Julie Cohen is an award-winning filmmaker and producer with eight feature-length documentaries to her credit including her most recent project RBG.
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|Published:||April 25, 2018|
|Podcast:||ABA Law Student Podcast|
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