To cultivate his healing from post-traumatic stress disorder, an Army combat veteran starts a farm and explores its potential.
The 1967 murder of a documentary filmmaker by an eastern Kentucky landowner raises questions about representation and the documentary medium.
In Jeremiah, Kentucky, in 1967, a local landowner named Hobart Ison shot and killed documentary filmmaker Hugh O'Connor. The two men had met only minutes before the murder — shortly after O'Connor and his crew interviewed a poor family renting property from Ison. By considering this single act of violence, Stranger with a Camera spotlights the complex role media depictions play in society, and the responsibilities that those who produce media must assume.