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Email from Douglas Wilson to Ben Rhodes UBL Film

Email from Douglas Wilson to Ben Rhodes UBL Film

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Wilson, Douglas HON OSD
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Wilson, Douglas HON OSD
Wednesday, June 15, 20117:13
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UBL Film
doug las.wilson@osd.mil
Need your guidance: Mark Boal, the Oscar-winning screenplay writer for Hurt Locker,
teaming again with Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow (the first woman win Academy
Award for film direction) The Hunt for UBL. Both Boal and Bigelow are well-known
both Geoff and me. Both Geoff and highly respect both them. (FYI, Bigelow actively
assisting Hollywood Joining Forces and other military family issues.) Gates shares
that admiration for their previous film efforts.
Boal has been working with and with CIA (via George Little) for initial context briefings 000 this have been provided Mike Vickers, and CIA relevant officials with the
full knowledge and full approval/support Director Panetta. know that Jamie keeping informal list press and film requests this topic.
and Bigelow are pretty far along their research, and will soon engaging with the
Pentagons film liaison (who works for me).
Our overall engagement with Boal and Bigelow
progresses, Mike Vickers and (and sure
parameters, particular those for Boal and
link phone sometime the next couple
know your thoughts.
Boal date has been pretty general. But this
George well) would welcome guidance regarding
Bigelow. recommendation would for
weeks with you and with John Brennan. Let
Thanks,
Doug