End of a Revolution
In 1967, Brian Moser, in Bolivia to make contact with Che Guevara, was one of the first foreign journalists to arrive at the site of Che’s execution. Moser records his experiences in this 1968 documentary, which features interviews with then Bolivian president René Barrientos, members of the U.S. Special Forces, and French philosopher Régis Debray.
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Interviews from Cuba: Participants
In July of 2009, producer Laura Bickford and actor-producer Benicio Del Toro interviewed a number of participants in the Cuban revolution exclusively for this release.
Interviews from Cuba: Historians
In July of 2009, producer Laura Bickford and actor-producer Benicio Del Toro interviewed a number of historians of the Cuban revolution exclusively for this release.
CHE and the Digital Cinema Revolution
CHE was the first feature to use the Red camera, which Soderbergh embraced for its versatility and image quality. This short 2009 documentary looks at the evolution of the camera during the film’s production and at the many ways it has enhanced and altered the process of modern digital filmmaking.