No End in Sight is the first film to analyze Iraq's descent into insurgency, civil war, and chaos as the result of Bush Administration Policy. It is a brutal candid, retelling of what followed the fall of Baghdad in April 2003 through extensive on-camera interviews with key personell, including Richard Armitage, former Deputy Secretary of State, Lawrence Wilkerson, former Chief of Staff to Colin Powell, General Jay Garner, in charge of the occupation of Iraq from February to May 2003.
“With an accountant's eye for precision and a political scientist's grasp of the machinations that move national policy ...Ferguson delivers the calm, meticulous survey of U.S. policy that legions of critics of Michael Moore's "Fahrenheit 9/11" have been waiting for.”—Variety
Oscar™ Nominee—Academy of Arts and Sciences
Winner, Special Jury Prize—Sundance Film Festival 2007