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Harold Crooks

Harold Crooks is a director and writer, known for The Price We Pay (2014), Surviving Progress (2011) and The Corporation (2003). He is a recipient of a Prix Gémeaux, a Genie; a Gold Hugo at the Chicago International Film Festival (Best Documentary); a Leo Award for Best Screenwriter [Documentary] of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Foundation of ... See full bio »

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(2014)
(1988)
(1995)
(2011)

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 2021 Travail à la demande (TV Movie documentary) (writer)
 2021 The Gig Is Up (Documentary)
 2014 The Price We Pay (Documentary) (written by)
 2011 Surviving Progress (Documentary) (written by)
 2009 Anthrax War (TV Movie documentary)
 2009 Karsh Is History (TV Movie documentary) (screenplay)
 2007 Inside the Great Magazines (TV Movie documentary)
 2007 Black Coffee (TV Movie documentary)
 2005 Betting on Love (TV Movie) (written by)
 2004 Bhopal: The Search for Justice (Documentary)
 2003 The World Stopped Watching (Documentary) (writer)
 2003 The Corporation (Documentary) (narration written by)
 2002 Night's Noontime (Short)
 1995 The Champagne Safari (Documentary)
 1988 The World Is Watching (Documentary) (writer)
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[on 'Surviving Progess'] This was a gift. And I sense something slowly emerging, a kind of global consciousness, one that transcends all our racial and ethnic and social differences. I hope this movie helps us see ourselves as a species..our humble contribution towards this new mental environment.

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