HBO presents HBO Docs club, a podcast that pulls back the curtain on a wide variety of titles from the HBO Documentary Films unit. We wanted to give you access to the first episode, where hosts Brittany Luse (For Colored Nerds) and Ronald Young, Jr. (Solvable) discuss 'Atlanta's Missing and Murdered,' a 2020 five-part docu-series that revisits the disappearances and murders of over 30 Black children and young adults in Atlanta between 1979-1981. Brittany and Ronald interview director Sam Pollard about his filmmaking philosophy, and getting people to open up about traumatic experiences and the impact of the film after its release. They also speak with author and professor Tayari Jones about growing up as a child in Atlanta during the time of these murders, and the way those dark events linger in the lives of those who were affected. Subscribe to HBO Docs Club now to listen to more episodes.
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