Southern District of New York Judge Lewis Kaplan ruled Tuesday that filmmaker Joseph Berlinger can be questioned about events that occurred when his cameras were not rolling on his documentary about environmental litigation against Chevron in Ecuador.

Berlinger had already been compelled by Kaplan to produce outtakes from his movie “Crude” that Chevron claims shows plaintiffs lawyer Steven Donziger engaged in misconduct by influencing Ecuadorean officials and experts in the case.

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