Filmmaker Interview: Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker

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In this new online-only series, we'll be featuring current and past interviews with some of the most influential documentary filmmakers. First up are Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker, the filmmakers behind "American Tongues," the film that kicked off POV in 1988. They talk about how nonfiction filmmaking has evolved over the past three decades.

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