It’s the longest-running criminal case in U.S. history, which is why, more than 30 years after the classic miniseries Fatal Vision aired on NBC, Investigation Discovery is taking another look at the Jeffrey MacDonald murder saga with the new film Final Vision.
Starring Scandal’s Scott Foley as MacDonald, the Green Beret and Ivy league-educated doctor who was convicted of the 1970 murder of his pregnant wife and their two daughters, and Brothers Sisters alum Dave Annable as Joe McGinniss, the bestselling author MacDonald sought out to help prove his innocence, Final Vision takes another look at MacDonald’s murder trial and the relationship between the men.
What began with MacDonald giving McGinniss extended interviews and full access to his defense team and the trial
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Five exceptional documentary films come to the Film Center July 31 to August 4. Now in its third year, Doc Week includes an opening-night reception, special guests, Q and A with the directors, and a special children’s event.
Oscar nominee Jessica Chastain narrates the first night’s film, “I Am Jane Doe,” about sex trafficking, on Monday, July 31. It will be preceded by the opening reception, and a panel discussion with director Mary Mazzio will follow the film. Other prestigious participants in the post-film panel include Yiota Souras, senior vice president and general counsel for the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children; Rebecca Dince Zipkin and Alexi Ashe Meyers, attorneys and advocates for gender violence survivors at Sanctuary for Families in New York City; and civil and criminal case attorney Aaron Katz, a
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