Who in the world can be considered immune from the dangers of terrorism after the City of Love comes under attack?
As heinous acts of terrorism continue to spread across the world, each affected region must grapple with the appropriate response.
The enhanced reach of global terrorism represents a frightening new frontier for many involved as military advisors and policy makers struggle to find suitable solutions and deterrents to future planned attacks. The story of that boy did not touch me any more than any story of an average baby ripped from the womb.
The beneficiaries are the mid- to ultra- conservative parties of any given country where it occurs.
DocFilm supports, cultivates and presents the best of SFSU and Bay Area documentary film culture, research and productions. It is going to be an exciting fall season and there are several events, new programs, projects, and announcement pending so check-in often. That question has plagued citizens, governments and law enforcement agencies throughout the globe since the recent onslaught of ISIS-inspired brutality in Paris.

In the immediate wake of the Paris attacks, the streets of Belgium come to resemble a militarized zone. France is currently in the grips of such a challenge, and the course of their actions may forever redefine their identity on the global stage. Aftermath: How Paris Changed the World is a thoughtful and probing look inside three branches of this conflict, the lessons that have been learned, and the pitfalls which may lie in waiting from the lessons that remain unheeded. For those who knew and loved Paris in the past wouldn't believe what the terrorists has done to a such beautiful city. Produced by the news-driven arm of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, the incredibly urgent and of-the-moment documentary Aftermath: How Paris Changed the World travels from France to Belgium to Turkey in an effort to explore the residue of this horrifying terror operation. Over the years, several high-profile terrorist plots have originated from this region, including this one. A photo depicting his lifeless body washed up on a beach caused an international cry for compassionate reform on behalf of these refugee arrivals.
Guided by reporter Mark Kelley, the film introduces us to a growing movement among the far right in France which preaches an increasingly alarming anti-Muslim sentiment.

As you know, we like all things related to Veterans at DocFilm and John just received a grant from HBO to help his Documentary on the Vietnam Veterans of America. Gillian Findlay reports on the plight of the family members he left behind as they wade through negotiations to immigrate to Canada. For those of you that have not yet met him, he’s one of our new documentary film hires.
There is a lot going on so stay in touch and if you have an idea for a blog please let us know.  We are always looking for stories and guest bloggers. Reporter Adrienne Arsenault uncovers an environment fraught with paranoia, structural failures in law enforcement, and sinister underground perversity. Jesse’s documentary follows the story of a group of desperate men as they chase their dreams and run from their demons in the North Dakota oil fields.

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