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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Next up for the Renauds

Posted By on Wed, Jul 23, 2008 at 3:37 PM


Craig and Brent Renaud.

In this week's Insider column:

Craig and Brent Renaud, Little Rock's famous documentarians, have a project in the works that's a natural followup to “Off to War,” their award-winning depiction of Arkansas citizen soldiers in Iraq. Craig Renaud has been in Washington this week working on the project about wounded war vets who are competing in the Paralympic Games for disabled athletes. A meeting with the president could be part of the project. The film hasn't been sold yet, but ESPN is one potential outlet, we understand.

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