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Amy Waddell
Amy Waddell is a film maker living in Paris, France and Santa Monica, California. She is a graduate of USC Film School and has spent the past several years making humanitarian documentaries on Darfur, India and most recently the Native American quest for Earth consciousness, for the Annenberg Foundation’s She is now working with her producers at Pan Européenne, Paris to realize the feature film Mask Maker for the 100 Year Anniversary of The Great War.
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"That Which MIght Have Been, Birmingham, 1963" : 50 Year Anniversary

(0) Comments | Posted September 15, 2013 | 11:08 AM

September 15, 1963. A car travels North from Valle de Bravo, Mexico toward the border of Laredo, Texas. Artist John Henry Waddell, age 42, and his family have spent the past two and half years living in Mexico.

As John's wife, artist Ruth Holland Waddell remembers it. "John said, '...

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Unmasked: Facing the Repercussions of War

(182) Comments | Posted April 21, 2012 | 10:58 AM

The fact that David Wood's "Beyond the Battlefield" series for The Huffington Post won the Pulitzer Prize this week, may be a sign that we are ready to ask the question; "Why are we more comfortable sending men and women into combat, than we seem to be with...

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