How do you think Jim would feel today if he knew the impact of his murder?
Why did you spend time with the Foley family, is it because it helped you get over the loss and you felt connected to him? Knowing what happened to Jim, did you still live in Syria, why?
What do you suppose inspired Jim to become a conflict journalist and go to Libya?
Did you ever doubt if you would see Jim again after he disappeared for the second time?
What was your favorite thing about Jim?
We've read that he was very passionate about conflict journalism, and he didn't go out to "just report", he went out to actually live the story. Did Jim influence the way you work today?
Do you take pride in your film about your friend Jim?
How did growing up in Wolfeboro effect your relationship with Jim and how you filmed the documentary?
Did you experience any changes in your political views after Jim was killed? also did any footage he shot change your perspective on the situation in the Middle East?
How difficult was it to find the other captives? How do you feel about the efforts of the American Government in trying to get Jim released?
How hard was it to make a decision for James Foley to come back to his work for the second time?