Liam O’Murchu was the first person at Symantec to see the STUXnet code, and, as he told me when we talked on May 11, 2016, red flags went off about the elegant coding and suspicious dearth of bugs. I was interviewing him along with his colleague, Eric Chien and with Alex Gibney, the documentarian who… Read More »
Princess Shaw (AKA Samantha Montgomery) is a larger than life personality. It’s only fitting that she should have a larger than life experience, and to have it documented in PRESENTING PRINCESS SHAW, a documentary about hope, determination, and talent getting the attention it’s due. Princess was working at a nursing home to pay the bills,… Read More »
Place this in the truth is stranger than fiction category. Twin sisters, born in Korea, separated at birth and growing up on separate continents. One, Samantha Futerman, pursues an acting career in Los Angeles, scores a few movie roles and a popular online video. A friend of her French-raised sister, Anais Bordier, sees the video,… Read More »
Sandra Bagaria was not raised to be a victim, and so when her online with a woman blogger named Amina half a world away took an emotionally wrenching turn, the last thing she wanted to do was walk away.
Filmmaker Brian Knappenberger knew within a week of Aaron Swartz’s suicide that he would make THE INTERNET’S OWN BOY: THE STORY OF AARON SWARTZ, a film about this remarkable young man’s even more remarkable life and tragic death. When I spoke with him on June 13, 2014, I was curious about why Swartz’s family would… Read More »