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Filmmaker Ray Williams (left) and cameraman Mark Kelley (right), creators of “Hostile Living Vietnam: The Bourdain Experiment.” (Jackson Mitchell for Here & Now)
Filmmaker Ray Williams (left) and cameraman Mark Kelley (right), creators of “Hostile Living Vietnam: The Bourdain Experiment.” (Jackson Mitchell for Here & Now)
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In 2010, then-Boston resident Ray Williams had a dream: to produce a travel show. So despite the fact that he had no film experience, he enlisted his friend Mark Kelley as a cameraman, used money saved up from various jobs, and “Hostile Living” was born.

Their film “Hostile Living Vietnam: The Bourdain Experiment” won “Best Experimental Film” at the Manhattan Film Festival. Williams and Kelley join Here & Now's Robin Young to talk about “Hostile Living.”

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Ray Williams, filmmaker and creator of “Hostile Living.” The show tweets @Hostileliving.

Mark Kelley, cameraman for "Hostile Living."

This segment aired on July 13, 2016.

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