As an outsider to Bertie, why did you make this film?
Clip: Season 30 Episode 12 | 1m 10s
Raising Bertie filmmaker Margaret Byrne discusses and reflects on her role as a white filmmaker – and an outsider – documenting the lives of three young African American boys in Bertie County, North Carolina.
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