VIDEO: FILMMAKER PETE NICKS ON THE MAKING OF “THE FORCE”

Meet Emmy Award-winning director Pete Nicks, whose documentary The Force won him a directing award at the 2017 Sundance film festival. The Force takes you behind the scenes of the beleaguered Oakland Police Department that has been under federal monitoring for 10 years. It took over 2 years for Nicks to make this documentary, which is part of a trilogy on Oakland.

I sat down with Nicks to find out how the idea for the film came and how he made it. This is part-1 of our interview with Nicks.

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VIDEO: HIGHLIGHTS OF INTERVIEW WITH FILMMAKER PETE NICKS of “THE FORCE”

Watch the highlights of our upcoming 2-part interview with San Francisco Bay area filmmaker Pete Nicks. We talk to him about his new documentary The Force that won him a directing award at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Nicks takes you behind the scenes of the Oakland Police department that has been under federal monitoring for many years. The film released in September 2017.

Here is a list of TV stations in the US that broadcast our show. You can subscribe to our YouTube channel and podcast where we feature new interviews.