Documentary subjects are rarely as camera savvy as these ones. The moment Blackballed covers unfolded on camera in the media. In order to get closer to the actual experience, emotions, honesty, and authenticity experienced by the men who lived this, filmmaker Michael Jacobs employed a unique tool. 

He takes us through the challenges of telling this important story, the team he had around him in doing so, and the technology that made it possible.


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This episode of The No Film School Podcast was produced by George Edelman and edited by Jeffrey Reeser