A Conservative and a Liberal Find Common Ground c. 2016. From POSTCARDS FROM THE GREAT DIVIDE (2016) https://bit.ly/play_postcards
A film by Louis Alvarez, Andrew Kolker and Paul Stekler
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Louis Alvarez and Andrew Kolker, twice winners of both the Peabody Award and the duPont-Columbia Journalism Award, have over the past forty years produced many critically praised documentaries for the Center for New American Media, often collaborating with filmmakers Peter Odabashian and Paul Stekler.
Their work is characterized by a skillful mixing of serious topics with humor and rich storytelling, and several of their films continue to resonate with audiences around the world: the acclaimed People Like Us: Social Class in America, the first American documentary explicitly about the American class system; Vote for Me — Politics in America, a four-hour examination of politics, politicians and voters; and American Tongues, a celebratory and provocative look at America via the way Americans speak; the film was the very first presentation on the PBS flagship documentary series P.O.V. in 1988.
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