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Q&A: Filmmaker discusses the making of a tense community chronicle in ‘Charm City’

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Posted: Wednesday, October 24, 2018 10:51 am

“Charm City,” a critically acclaimed documentary about community relations and the Baltimore Police Department, was directed by Marilyn Ness, a filmmaker from New York. It follows community activists, police officers and people just trying to make it through the day as they grapple with the violence and poverty afflicting Baltimore, before and after the arrest of the death of Freddie Gray. Here, Ness discusses her film.

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