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Interview with Errol Morris about his new Steve Bannon Documentary
Nick Gillespie of Reason interviewed filmmaker Errol Morris about American Dharma, his new documentary about Steve Bannon. I'm looking forward to seeing it. When Errol Morris debuted American Dharma,
“The World Is, of Course, Insane”: An Interview with Errol Morris
Daniel A. Gross interviews the documentary filmmaker Errol Morris about his new movie, “American Dharma,” Steve Bannon, Elizabeth Holmes, filmmaking, and the truth.
Documentaries Shaped the Images of Cinematographer Newton Thomas Sigel
Newton Thomas Sigel has deep roots in documentary. One of his first professional jobs was operating the camera on what became Kenneth Anger’s docu short “Lucifer Rising.” In 1982, he connected with DP
“American Dharma,” Reviewed: Errol Morris Lets Steve Bannon Off the Hook
Richard Brody writes on “American Dharma,” the director Errol Morris’s documentary featuring interviews with Steve Bannon, which screened twice at the New York Film Festival.
‘American Dharma’ Review: Steve Bannon Is a Deeply Unimpressive Person | TIFF 2018
This is a scary time for America. The country is radically changing and tribalism is ripping us apart as the forces of white nationalism try to put a stranglehold on the Republican Party to steer the
Errol Morris Defends Controversial Steve Bannon Documentary
Errol Morris is no stranger to controversy. Over the course of his Oscar-winning career, the documentary filmmaker has grilled such political lightning rods as Robert McNamara and Donald Rumsfeld, men
Today in Apple history: Brilliant ad campaign turns switcher into unlikely star
June 9, 2002: Apple launches its “Switch” advertising campaign, featuring real people talking about their reasons for switching from PCs to Macs. Apple’s biggest marketing effort since the “Think
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What to Stream This Weekend: Five Films About the Lives of Artists
Richard Brody recommends movies to stream on Amazon, Google Play, and FilmStruck, including “Paterson,” “Daisy Kenyon,” “Losing Ground,” and others.
PopPolitics: Errol Morris on How ‘Alternative Facts’ Drive the Mystery in ‘Wormwood’ (Listen)
WASHINGTON — Errol Morris’ “Wormwood,” which recently debuted on Netflix, is about a Cold War era mystery that has persisted for more than 60 years: What really happened to Frank Olson, a government
'Wormwood' Is the CIA LSD Murder Conspiracy Show We Need Right Now
Errol Morris is back, and he's using actors to bring a familiar style into a fresh new direction.
We are living in a golden age of rubbernecking entertainment. Even as audiences fracture according to hyperspecific tastes, it is not unusual for millions of people across the country to be puzzling
PopPolitics: Robert Reich on Why GOP Tax Bill Isn’t Really ‘Reform’ (Listen)
WASHINGTON — In a much circulated video last week, President Donald Trump’s economic adviser Gary Cohn spoke at a Wall Street Journal conference of CEOs and, naturally, the topic was the GOP tax
Errol Morris’s “The B-Side: Elsa Dorfman’s Portrait Photography”
Richard Brody reviews Errol Morris’s documentary “The B-Side,” which focusses on the photographer Elsa Dorfman, who works with a large-scale Polaroid camera.