Producers: Kate Novack, Josh Braun, David Hand, Alan Oxman, Andrew Rossi, Adam Schlesinger
Screenwriters: Kate Novack, Andrew Rossi
Cinematographer: Andrew Rossi
Editors: Chad Beck, Christopher Branca, Sarah Devorkin
Featuring: Sarah Ellison, David Carr, Tim Arango, Brian Stelter, Bruce Headlam, Richard Perez-Pena, Clay Shirky, Alex Jones, Ian Fisher, Noam Cohen
Music: Paul Brill, Killer Tracks
In the age of the Internet, the Times faces unprecedented challenges: covering worldwide news on a shrinking budget, crafting a complex relationship with Wikileaks and determining how to get online readers to pay for their daily digital fix. Page One makes a convincing and entertaining case for the Times’ necessity in a world where all the rules seem to be changing.
The June 22nd screening will be followed by the conversation:
The Real Cost of a "Free" Press
Free, as in no cost to the consumer, has taken over the news. But what is the cost to the institutions and journalists that have responsibly guided public opinion when the public is no longer willing to pay? What does it cost to produce and deliver real news through any platform? Can we afford to get it for free?