United States | 2016 |
This new nonfiction film profiles some of the independent investigative journalists (Amy Goodman, Glenn Greenwald, et al.) who are carrying on the muckraking legacy of renegade political writer I.F. Stone (1907-1989). Stone’s influential newsletter, I.F. Stone’s Weekly,exposed some harsh truths about the U.S. government—especially in the areas of defense, security, and intelligence. With Michael Moore, Noam Chomsky, and Ralph Nader. “A damning indictment of mainstream media…Will cause audiences to question what they see and read.” –The L.A. Times. Cleveland premiere. DCP. 91 min.
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