(T)error is the first film to feature access to an active FBI counterterrorism informant, with filmmakers documenting a live sting operation as it unfolds.
Lyric R. Cabral creates investigative work that exposes new information for the public record. Cabral’s directorial debut (T)ERROR was awarded an Emmy for Outstanding Investigative... more»
David Felix Sutcliffe’s work has been supported by the NEA, NYSCA, and ITVS. His first film, Adama, was broadcast on PBS in 2011. He currently works as a teaching artist with the Tribeca Film... more»
Christopher St. John is an award-winning documentary producer and writer. His most recent film, The House I Live In, won the 2012 Sundance Grand Jury Prize. His 2011 film, Reagan, received an Emmy.
“By shining light on the ethos of an FBI informant and his world, (T)error offers a rare window into the operations and motivations of the War on Terror.”