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Page One: Inside the New York Times -- 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.
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Kate Novack (written by) &
Andrew Rossi (written by)
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Release Date:
29 September 2011 (Denmark) See more »
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This year, the biggest story is their own.
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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. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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(140 articles)
Interview: Andrew Rossi (Ivory Tower)
 (From ioncinema. 28 July 2014, 8:00 AM, PDT)

Page Two: Andrew Rossi on the College Question
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A look at an important problem that affects all of us See more (15 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)
Sarah Ellison ... Herself
Larry Ingrassia ... Himself

David Carr ... Himself
Dennis Crowley ... Himself
Bruce Headlam ... Himself
Evan Williams ... Himself
Richard Perez-Pena ... Himself
Paul Steiger ... Himself
Clay Shirky ... Himself
Markos Moulitsas ... Himself
Brian Stelter ... Himself
Seth Mnookin ... Himself
Alex S. Jones ... Himself
Nicholas Lemann ... Himself
Ian Fisher ... Himself
Claiborne Ray ... Herself
Noam Cohen ... Himself
Carla Baranauckas ... Herself
Susan Chira ... Herself
Katherine Bouton ... Herself
Bill Keller ... Himself
Nick Denton ... Himself
Jeff Jarvis ... Himself
Katrina vanden Heuvel ... Herself
Jimmy Wales ... Himself
Rick Lyman ... Himself
Shane Smith ... Himself
Dean Baquet ... Himself
Tim Arango ... Himself
Brian Lam ... Himself
Gay Talese ... Himself
Charles Strum ... Himself
David Remnick ... Himself

Joseph Kahn ... Himself
James McQuivey ... Himself
Carl Bernstein ... Himself
Michael Hirschorn ... Himself
John Carr ... Himself

Andrew Ross Sorkin ... Himself
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Julian Assange ... Himself (archive footage)

Directed by
Andrew Rossi 
 
Writing credits
Kate Novack (written by) &
Andrew Rossi (written by)

Produced by
Josh Braun .... executive producer
Andrew Coffman .... research producer
David Hand .... producer
Kate Novack .... executive producer
Alan Oxman .... producer
Daniel Pine .... executive producer
Andrew Rossi .... executive producer
Adam Schlesinger .... producer
Daniel Stern .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Paul Brill 
 
Cinematography by
Andrew Rossi 
 
Film Editing by
Chad Beck 
Christopher Branca 
Sarah Devorkin 
 
Sound Department
Matt Anthony .... sound recordist
Rich Bologna .... sound editor
Tom Efinger .... sound re-recording mixer
Tom Efinger .... sound supervisor
John Moros .... sound effects editor
Jeff Seelye .... sound editor
 
Editorial Department
Adam Bolt .... additional editor
Marc Brown .... film output: digital intermediate
Stewart Griffin .... colorist
Thomas Humphreys .... transcriber
Caitlin Tartaro .... digital intermediate producer
Chase Voorhees .... on-line editor: trailer
 
Other crew
Victoria S. Cook .... legal services
Melissa Georges .... legal services
Hayden Goldblatt .... legal services
Thomas Humphreys .... transcriber
Michele Robertson .... publicist
 

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Rated R for language including some sexual references
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92 min
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Netherlands:AL | Singapore:NC-16 | UK:E | USA:R (certificate #46776)

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A look at an important problem that affects all of us, 8 June 2014
Author: mutty-mcflea from Lincolnshire, UK

An interesting look behind the scenes at the venerable New York Times newspaper that asks whether traditional newspapers can survive in an age of social media, blogs and the rampant sense of entitlement from internet users who demand, nonsensically, that all online content be free. The film and its interviewees argue that blogs largely regurgitate content from other sources and there needs to be a core of journalists on the ground who generate the stories in the first place. Without that, journalism in general, not just print media, will be in serious jeopardy.

It's a subject I have tremendous sympathy for, and while I wish the film was a little more hard-hitting and passionate in its approach, it certainly makes its points forcefully. That's thanks in large part to the presence of David Carr, a NY Times reporter who barrels through proceedings with a refreshingly upfront and frank manner, even at one point berating an interviewee who comes off as something of a lightweight when he slates the papers incorrectly for not doing their jobs. I liked him very much, and he's by far the most engaging part of the documentary.

It's a sad state of affairs, and the human cost is illustrated by scenes of Times employees who have been there for decades packing up their desks following layoffs. It's not just the information that's at risk, the movie reminds us, but people and their jobs and their families. Progress is progress, but sometimes we head in worrying and idiotic directions, and the problem 'Page One' addresses is certainly one of those times; I hope the brakes can be put on before it's too late.

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