Panama Papers film examines how journalists speak truth to power

Panama Papers: John Doe brought to life

The risky business of investigative reporting for whistleblowers and reporters is at the heart of the latest Panama Papers documentary.

“(I wanted) to tell a story that touched on some of the big, the really big macro issues that we’re facing and income inequality. How do journalists get the truth out and speak truth to power in these times?,” Alex Winter, the director, told the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists.

“The overarching significance of the Panama Papers is in laying out, in clear fashion, the systematic problem of income inequality and how our economy has been built

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