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Go behind the scenes of the February 2009 FRONTLINE report Inside the Meltdown with producer Michael Kirk. Learn how he approaches hugely complex events to emerge with a powerful and coherent story, and how to conduct an interview for the documentary genre. Over his award-winning career, Kirk has produced more than 200 national television programs including his most recent films for FRONTLINE: Breaking the Bank, Dreams of Obama, The Choice 2008 and the two-part special Bush’s War. Watch these stories and more at pbs.org/frontline/ .

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