PN 58: Brett Morgen on Jane Goodall

Jane Goodall is the subject of the new documentary “Jane” that draws upon rediscovered footage from the 1960s capturing her early work with chimpanzees. Pure Nonfiction host Thom Powers talks to “Jane” director Brett Morgen at TIFF Doc Conference about the challenges of making the film and working with composer Philip Glass.

Brett Morgen’s films discussed in this episode
“On the Ropes” (1999)
“The Kid Stays in the Picture” (2002)
“Chicago 10” (2007)
“Crossfire Hurricane” (2012)
“Cobain: Montage of Heck” (2015)
“Jane” (2017)

Also discussed: “For All Mankind,” directed by Al Reinert with a score by Brian Eno.

On Twitter: @BrettMorgen @thompowers @PureNonfiction

Pure Nonfiction is distributed by the TIFF podcast network.

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