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The Nightcrawlers

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40m
R-13
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Summary:

With unprecedented access, The Nightcrawlers is an unflinching exposé of Philippines President Duterte’s war on drugs, in which some claim over 20,000 people have been killed. RL, a former staff photographer for a prominent newspaper, leads the Manila Nightcrawlers, a small group of determined photojournalists on a mission to expose the true cost of the violent campaign. Through covering both sides of the conflict, The Nightcrawlers reveals a harrowing twist behind Duterte’s deadly crusade.

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PRODUCER : Joanna Natasegara, Doireann Maddock, Abigail Anketell-Jones
CINEMATOGRAPHER: Alexandra A. Mora
EDITOR : Michael Nollet
SOUND : Thomas E. Brown

DIRECTOR
Alexander A. Mora

PRODUCER
Joanna Natasegara, Doireann Maddock, Abigail Anketell-Jones

EXECUTIVE PRODUCER
Rebecca Lichtenfeld, Lisa Marie Russo, Sandra Whipham, Carolyn Bernstein, Ryan Harrington

CINEMATOGRAPHER
Alexandra A. Mora

EDITOR
Michael Nollet

MUSIC
Thomas E. Brown

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NatGeo Documentary The Nightcrawlers Exposes the Drug War From the Lens of Photojournalists – Exquire
The documentary is produced by Academy Award-winning producer Joanna Natasegara, who was behind the critically acclaimed short film The White Helmets, which told the story of three volunteers working to rescue victims of the Syrian Civil War.
‘We have our own docu’: Palace plays down Oscars shortlisting of ‘The Nightcrawlers’- Philstar
Asked to comment on the shortlisting of “The Nightcrawlers” in one of the categories of the Academy Awards, presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo said he believes the documentary was not judged on the truthfulness of its claims.
National Geographic docu on PH journalists covering drug war in Oscars 2020 shortlist – Rappler
The documentary offers an “an unflinching exposé of Philippines President Duterte’s war on drugs, in which some claim over 20,000 people have been killed.”