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'The Nation' is a vivid look at America's oldest continuously published weekly magazine. Centered through Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel, as well as an impressive array of passionate writers,... See more »

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Directed by

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Barbara Kopple

Produced by

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Madeleine Akers ... co-producer
Lindsay Bane ... associate producer
Kelly Brennan ... associate producer
Maureen Dougherty ... line producer
Hamilton Fish ... executive producer
Megan Kapler ... associate producer
Barbara Kopple ... producer
Suzanne Mitchell ... producer

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Max Avery Lichtenstein

Cinematography by

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Gary Keith Griffin

Film Editing by

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Richard Hankin

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Madeleine Akers ... assistant editor
Genevieve Faust ... associate editor
Lucjan Gorczynski ... post-production supervisor

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Maureen Dougherty ... production manager
Matt Yarowsky ... production manager: Los Angeles

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Lucjan Gorczynski ... graphic designer

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David Cassidy ... boom operator
Steve Clack ... sound recordist
Genevieve Faust ... sound editor
Matt Gundy ... re-recording mixer
Michael Jones ... sound recordist

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Lucjan Gorczynski ... digital effects / visual effects producer

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Lucjan Gorczynski ... additional cinematography
Gary Griffin ... dp
John Hazard ... additional photography
David Sosnow ... additional photography

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Jen Ackerman ... intern
David Cassidy ... production developer
Latoya Flowers ... production assistant

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Plot Summary

'The Nation' is a vivid look at America's oldest continuously published weekly magazine. Centered through Editor Katrina vanden Heuvel, as well as an impressive array of passionate writers, the film is a journey into the soul of American Journalism. With unfettered access and unfiltered honesty, 'The Nation' captures the day-to-day pressures and challenges of publishing a weekly magazine, as well as illuminating how the past continuously ripples through and shapes current events. It is the story of The Nation - and the nation - evolving into the future, as it is guided by its remarkable past.

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  • Hot Type: 150 Years Of The Nation (United States)
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  • 93 min
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