Coming to PBS’s Independent Lens this coming Monday, January 19: THE KILL TEAM
Dan Krauss’ exposé of war crimes committed by US soldiers premiered at Tribeca in 2013, picking up a jury prize. Other festival play included AFI Docs, San Francisco, Hot Docs, Little Rock, Camden, Vancouver, London, Warsaw, Zagreb, DOK Leipzig, Abu Dhabi, Big Sky, Cucalorus, and Denver. The film was shortlisted for the Best Documentary Oscar.
I previously wrote about the film out of AFI Docs here.
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Independent Lens is an excellent series broadcast locally by PBS. This film being shown on the 19th seems both intriguing and provocative–common traits of the films selected for this series.
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