Judith Ehrlich

Judith Ehrlich co-directed and produced “The Most Dangerous Man in America, Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers,” which was nominated for an Oscar and Emmy and won the Peabody Award. Her recent film, “The Boys Who Said NO!” features Daniel Ellsberg, Joan Baez and a cast of war resisters who chose prison over killing in the Vietnam War. Ehrlich is currently in production on “The Mouse that Roared,” a film on the evolution of the Internet poetically explored through Icelandic MP/“poetician,” single mother, defender of whistleblowers and Internet pioneer, Birgitta Jónsdóttir. To watch the Oscar-nominated film on Daniel Ellsberg, please go to: www.mostdangerousman.org. To host a screening of “The Boys Who Said NO!” see here, and to read Ellsberg’s 2017 gripping expose “The Doomsday Machine: Confessions of a Nuclear War Planner” see: https://www.ellsberg.net.

Daniel Ellsberg: a Profound Voice Against the Doomsday Machine