Jim: The James Foley Story
An American Journalist Killed by ISIS

Jim: The James Foley Story - An American Journalist Killed by ISIS
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James

Stunning film. I hadn't known much about him, other than his fate. But this film really gives us a deeper sense of who he was and what he stood for.

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Natasha

Rest in peace Jim, you're an inspiration to us all. I will take as much action as I can to support the refugees who come to my city, and I will always remember at the back of my mind how much you've done for people stuck in warzones, and I will persist in your name. Absolutely amazing ...Read more

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Brian

I made this film to carry on the stories that Jim needed us to know. It's important that we understand the significant role of today's conflict journalists and why they risk their lives to tell the world how bad it can be.

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Lauren

Congratulations to the filmmakers for winning a 2016 Emmy for Exceptional Merit in Documentary Filmmaking!

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