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A "best of..." presentation — In the inaugural all-digital episode of Military Resource Radio, your host Tony Gatliff talks to the greatest documentary filmmaker in American History – Ken Burns. Ken is known for his amazing documentaries including “Jazz”, “Baseball”, “The Civil War” and his latest project – “The Vietnam War”. Ken and Tony discuss Ken’s perspectives on his latest project, the concept of history repeating its...
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In the conclusion of their three-part series, Tony Gatliff – host of Military Resource Radio – and Award-Winning Filmmaker Michael Epstein finish up talking about the amazing and controversial film – “House Two”. The two give their theories on possibilities on what may have happened regarding the subject matter in this film, as well as discuss more about the atrocities of war and the concept of “command responsibility”. As well, To...
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In this new episode of Military Resource Radio, your host – Tony Gatliff – talks to Award Winning Filmmaker Michael Epstein regarding his amazing films - “Going to War” and “House Two”. Tony and Michael discuss what it’s like in the combat experience – from boot camp all the way through to being sent home from combat, as well as many other subjects – including Michael realizing that “listening is the key” when talking to a combat v...
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In the first part of his three part series with Award Winning Filmmaker Michael Epstein, Tony Gatliff – host of Military Resource Radio – talks to Michael about a variety of subjects, including Michael’s growing up in Chicago and graduating from the University of Michigan, the start of his film career doing “films about films” including “Citizen Kane”, a film about Arthur Miller and Elia Kazan’s “blacklist scandal” from the McCarth...
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In the second part of his two-part series with Documentary Filmmaker of “Where The Brave To Tread: The Bob Arvin Story”, Brian Kruger, your host of Military Resource Radio – Tony Gatliff – and his guest attack a variety of topics like Brian’s other films that are all available on Stunt3.com, President Gerald Ford, what it’s like to be nominated for local Emmy awards, the fake looks that folks who are nominated at awards show give o...
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In the latest terrific episode of Military Resource Radio, Tony Gatliff – host of Military Resource Radio – welcomes Documentary Filmmaker of “Where The Brave To Tread: The Bob Arvin Story”, Brian Kruger. The pair discuss Brian’s new documentary involving the United States Military Academy at West Point, and many other subjects – including Ypsilanti, MI, his brief career as a teacher, his somewhat storied career in a stand-up comed...
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