Filmmaker Interview: Lourdes Portillo (2010)

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In this episode, Oscar-nominated filmmaker Lourdes Portillo sits down with POV to discuss the common themes in her work and the way she chooses to tell her stories. In this new online-only series, we'll be featuring current and past interviews with some of the most influential documentary filmmakers working today.

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