Watch: Official Trailer for New York Times Documentary 'Page One'
"Journalism is alive and well, and feisty…" They chose the perfect day to debut this trailer, as the New York Times is getting commended and praise all over for switching their front page layout last minute due to the breaking news last night. Magnolia Pictures has debuted the official trailer on Apple for Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times, a new documentary about a year inside the NY Times newsroom and everything that goes into bringing readers their daily newspaper. Its played at numerous festivals to quite bit of acclaim and will be hitting theaters in summer. If you love journalism or docs, this is a must watch!
Watch the official trailer for Andrew Rossi's Page One: A Year Inside the NY Times:
You can also watch the official Page One trailer in High Definition over on Apple
Unprecedented access to the New York Times newsroom yields a complex view of the transformation of a media landscape fraught with both peril and opportunity. Page One: A Year Inside the New York Times is directed by US documentarian Andrew Rossi, who attended Yale & Harvard Law and directed the docs Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven and Eat This New York. Writing credits for the doc go to Rossi and Kate Novack. This premiered at the Sundance Film Festival this year and also played at the San Francisco Film Fest just last week. Magnolia Pictures will be bringing Page One to limited theaters starting June 24th this summer.
Reader Feedback - 9 Comments
Maybe it is time for Newspapers to go...but The New York Times needs to remain...I hope this documentary sheds some light on the need for this kind of Journalism.
Xerxexx on May 2, 2011
Another Doc I hadn't heard of that looks incredible. Cannot wait.
CisforCinema on May 2, 2011
Internets for the win! I get all my news from Fox anyway, they always rock the truths even when they make stuff up. Independent journalism is overrated. Just kidding it looks decent, I think one of the worst things about the internet is that journalists aren't getting paid and the good stories get copy/pasted virally often without even acknowledging the sources.
Crapola on May 2, 2011
Xerxexx on May 2, 2011
New York Times needs to get rid of their pay wall! lol. In all seriousness though I followed their reporting on WikiLeaks, it's nice to see a doc that explores the future of journalism/ newspapers. Journalism will never die, they just need to adjust to new technology; which they will do.
Day on May 2, 2011
COuld be interesting. I am just finishing my first year of Journalism at Teesside and I am gonna take the whole class to see it.
Link1983 on May 3, 2011
does the times die at the end of the movie, or is the plot who dies first the audience of the times or the times itself
John Mastrangelo on May 30, 2011
For The New York Times to survive it has to return to objective reporting. It must divorce it self from it's left wing radical leanings.
Djrowan on Jun 27, 2011
TedKidd on Mar 23, 2012
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