Documentary filmmaker Mark Manning discusses his film The Road to Fallujah, the events leading up to the 2004 murders of Blackwater contract employees in Fallujah, the terrible toll collective punishment takes on civilians and how open dialogue makes peace possible.
MP3 here. (31:10)
Mark Manning is currently involved in multiple film projects that intend to connect people to their common humanity, bridge divides and find common ground by factual and truth based presentations of issues. He is currently in two joint productions with Iraqi filmmakers, in development on a feature film, and is in post-production on a feature documentary that takes an in-depth introspective look at the American culture and people in a post-911 environment.