Emily Buder is a film curator at The Atlantic. She is the former Managing Editor of NFS. Previously, she was at Indiewire, where she spent two years covering the film industry conducting interviews, writing feature profiles on filmmakers, reviewing films, attending and speaking on panels, and managing Indiewire's social media. Before that, she worked as a Creative Executive at Paper Street Films, where she discovered and developed the Sundance hit and Independent Spirit Award nominee "Infinitely Polar Bear."
In her spare time, she writes about art, technology, literature, and other elements of culture. She will stop to pet any dog on the street at any time.
Oh, and she went to film school at NYU.
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With all due respect to the commenters above, Eva Bartlett and Vanessa Beeley both openly support Assad's regime and regularly publish in Russian propaganda papers. Both journalists write for various conspiracy sites, including SOTT.net, The Duran, MintPress, and Globalresearch.ca.
Of course, Westerners should always remain critical and vigilant when supporting organizations in foreign conflicts. However, contrary to what Beeley has gone on record saying, not all opponents of Assad's regime are "terrorists." No one has sufficient evidence that the White Helmets are either "terrorists" or not who they purport to be.
I think it is important to note that these two journalists and their supporters have been extensively covered, and cast in a favorable light, by 21 Century Wire and RT, the former a veritable "fake news" source that consistently reports that climate change is a myth, among other things, and the latter a Russian newspaper.
Conspiracy theories are dangerous.
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