In this satirical Rom-com a sloppy but sharp journalist becomes a speech writer for a female candidate for US President.
A mother whose son is a hostage in the ME, looks beyond the government for help in getting him released by paying ransom.
An Argentinian with clairvoyant powers seeks the whereabouts of his journalist wife & teen-aged daughter, “disappeared” by government agents in the mid-70s.
In Afghanistan a female war correspondence learns about herself, love, and an alien world as she struggles to get her reports of a forgotten war aired.
A green journalist from Australia in Jakarta is mentored by a Eurasian dwarf photographer & is changed from career-obsession to caring for the poor.
You’ll have a lot to discuss with friends after watching this film about a daring journalist whose life takes a dramatic turn. CLICK on the movie’s title to read my entire review.
There is a sadness about this movie, made just before Philip Seymour Hoffman’s tragic death, but it’s well worth watching. Click the movie’s title to read my entire review.
This surprising film truly did earn its Oscar and, now, the Criterion Collection is releasing it. Click the headline to read my entire review.
The early years of the work of activist Dorothy Day, founder of the Catholic Worker, is well told. An unlikely saint, she once wrote for a Communist journal.
The friendship of black activist Steve Biko & journalist Donald Woods, set in S. Africa, is told up to Steve’s death & Woods & family fleeing the country.