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Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People

Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People is a movie starring Daniel Albert, Lauren Ambrose, and Nicholson Baker. Joseph Pulitzer spoke of "fake news" over 100 years ago and fought the dangers that the suppression of news had for a...

Other Titles
Citizen Pulitzer's World
Running Time
1 hours 24 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Oren Rudavsky
Robert Seidman, Oren Rudavsky
Rachel Brosnahan, Lauren Ambrose, Daniel Albert, Nicholson Baker
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
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Joseph Pulitzer spoke of "fake news" over 100 years ago and fought the dangers that the suppression of news had for a democracy long before our present threats to press freedom. His heroic battles have been forgotten along with the lessons we might learn from the tools he deployed against his enemies.

Comments about documentary «Joseph Pulitzer: Voice of the People» (17)

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Judith J.

As an avid movie watcher, I do my best to follow a movie and pick out any movie that I like. This documentary is a good introduction to the best-selling author. The movie includes a number of quotes from the Pulitzer Prize winning author and all of the quotes are true. The author discusses his views on various subjects including his views on the future of the country, how he views the role of religion, and the nature of the role of the media. The movie does not focus on his personal views, but instead focuses on the writing and the life of the author. It was interesting to see the background of the author, especially from his childhood through his adult years. The movie also mentions some of the problems he had with the media. Overall, this is a good movie to see, but I would say it is not one that you should watch over and over again. It is a good documentary that is worth seeing.

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Peter May

This documentary is a great tool for all to learn about the history of the American people, and the "We The People" movement. This is a great film, and a great lesson for all to learn about our history, and the history of the people of the United States. This film is not a political propaganda. It does not discuss the topics of communism, the Soviet Union, or other communist organizations. It is a true story of how our forefathers made their lives better by changing the laws to create jobs, and the right to vote. It is about how our forefathers took on the corrupt government, and they won. It is about how the people fought back against a government that was not working for them, and won. This film is a must see, and a great tool to learn about the history of the United States.

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Brenda W.

There's a lot of criticism of the documentary-making techniques used in this film, and if you're really looking to see the true story of one of the most important political figures of our time, it's not that much of a stretch to see it on TV, in a movie theater, or even in a documentary format. The problem with that is that there's a lot of it. A lot of it is so artificial that it's hard to take seriously. I don't know if the director had a strong enough grasp of his subject matter, or what the director was trying to accomplish with it, but the movie doesn't really go anywhere, and it never really addresses anything that the subject matter itself might have addressed. It's an old-fashioned story about a man who tries to get himself recognized by the people who sent him to jail, but it's not nearly as interesting as it sounds. It's just an hour and a half of a man sitting in a room with his camera, trying to get the attention of people who may have nothing to do with the actual story. It's all about the man himself. It's like he's a documentary director, and he's a writer who's interested in documenting his life. It's just a boring story, and it's not even that interesting. It's not even really worth watching if you're just looking for a history lesson or a political statement. The real point is that it's just a lot of sitting around and staring at a camera. That's it. I wouldn't recommend it.

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In his excellent new book, "Voice of the People: An Unfiltered History of the United States from the Declaration of Independence to the Present," Harvard historian Paul Johnson shows us how the Founding Fathers came to define America. Johnson did not have to work much to figure out how they came to define the country. Johnson looked at the writings of the Founding Fathers and put together a narrative based on the primary documents and events. In his telling, they created a nation, not just a constitution or a document. Johnson presents his own version of the Founding Fathers, the men who wrote the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. As with other documentaries, Johnson draws on the records and documents of the founding fathers. For example, the first newspaper account of the Declaration of Independence is from Thomas Jefferson. In that account, Jefferson says, "I have always thought the Declaration of Independence to be one of the most important documents ever written." Johnson also draws on other documents that were part of the founding documents. The Constitution is the document that lays out the basic rights of the people. Johnson is very careful to say that the Constitution was written by the states. In fact, states wrote the document and sent it to the states. The Bill of Rights was written by the states and sent to the states. The Declaration of Independence is a document that says that the people have the right to keep and bear arms. The document is part of the Bill of Rights. Johnson presents these documents in a very systematic way. He gives the documents a particular historical context, so that they can be understood as a part of the nation. It's a very fascinating documentary. If you want to know more about the founding fathers, Johnson's book is a good starting point.

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Well done. I think that this movie could have been so much better if the editing had been better, but the actors were very good. The only reason I give it a 10 is because of the work that the production team did to produce this documentary. The filming was very well done and very good to see the work that goes into a movie. I have seen documentaries that have been made by film students, but they have not come close to what the movie team did with this one. I am so happy to have seen this. Thank you so much for making this documentary.

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David J.

The movie was a good introduction to the history of the man and his fight against injustice. It is interesting to learn about the times he was in and what was his personal life like. It also makes you wonder about the world today, and how we are all affected by what happened at the time. I liked the way the movie depicted the man, the way he was treated and the way he had to fight for what he believed in. He was a great person who wanted to do what was right and tried to do what was right. He was a great fighter, and that is what made him great.

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I recently attended the annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the APS. While there, I was able to view the documentary, "Voice of the People." As a longtime fan of the New York Times and its journalists, I had great expectations from this film. I was not disappointed. What was most impressive was the film's ability to stay focused on the events at the Times and not become bogged down in the larger political landscape. In the hands of a lesser filmmaker, the film would have been merely a superficial political history lesson. The documentary's focus is not on the relationship between the Times and Nixon, but on the relationship between the Times and the American people. The film makes an effort to show how the Times became the dominant voice of the American people, and the impact that the Times had on the political system of the United States. It does this in an elegant and measured fashion, avoiding a tendency to sensationalize the story. The movie also shows how the Times covered the Watergate scandal, and the ensuing scandals that the Times began to cover. The filmmakers show that the Times has always been interested in how it affects the country, and not just on the editorial page. I hope that anyone who views this film will be able to appreciate the high quality of this film. I would like to recommend that everyone see this film, and let their own personal political leanings guide them. If you are interested in learning more about the world of journalism, this documentary is a must-see.

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Richard Simmons

If you like reading books then this movie is for you. I was actually reading the book the night I watched it, and even then, it was a very long book. It was a tough read, and I can't wait to see the DVD. I had no idea that this movie existed. I did not know that it was actually produced, or that it was made by the Pulitzer Museum. This movie really is amazing. It was a real pleasure to watch this movie. I am so happy that it has been made available on DVD. I have also seen it on the TV a few times, but I have never had the chance to buy it. This is a movie that I think every American should see. It is very informative, and it will really show you that what you think is wrong, or is being done to you, is actually being done to you. I give this movie a 10 out of 10. It is a must see. It is well worth the money you will pay for the DVD.

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Larry B.

I can't believe I had to sit through the 90 minutes of this documentary and then watch the end. I was shocked by how much he actually said and how much he spoke about himself. I was fascinated by his passion for journalism and his desire to change the world and that the story of his father's death, and of the sinking of the Titanic, was so much a part of his life. His voice is a perfect example of how the human spirit can be just as passionate as any great musician. I'm glad to see that people are becoming more aware of the issue of pollution and pollution is certainly a very big issue. I'm so glad that the documentary is available on the Internet so that people can learn more about it. I would definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who cares about how their lives are affected by pollution and how the environment is changing.

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Samuel Ramos

This is a wonderful documentary, one of the best I've seen in a long time. It's certainly not the kind of documentary you'll want to watch on a rainy day with a big bowl of popcorn. But if you're a fan of independent film and want to see what makes independent films so special, you'll love it. In fact, it's a must-see for anyone who's ever wanted to make a film. It's so different from the typical indie film that you'd expect. It's like a documentary about the making of an indie film. That's what it's all about. It's a lot like the documentary, "No Country for Old Men." It's a very interesting look at how the indie film industry works. It's just a lot more exciting, fun, and interesting than the typical indie film. It's really a great documentary, and a must-see.

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Virginia G.

I found this documentary interesting and thought it was well done. The interviews of the actual people involved with the case and the supporters of the true story made it so interesting. I also liked the way they presented the people involved in the case and how they were portrayed. The way they described the people involved in the case as if they were real people was interesting. They used this to make it seem like it was a real documentary. Overall, I thought it was a very well done documentary and it was great to see it again.

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Cheryl B.

What a wonderful documentary! I love how they tell the story of how the people of the US really feel about the war. I was so moved by it, and I have been to see it twice. The story of how the movie was made is amazing. The movie is a powerful statement about how the US has been treated in the world, especially during the Vietnam war. The movie shows the real life of the people who were involved in the movie, and how they feel. It also shows how the people feel about the war, and how they feel about the war. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in this subject, and who is a fan of the movie. I would also recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in politics, or has any interest in the history of the US. This movie will make you think, and it will make you feel.

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The documentary on the Pulitzer Prize is a must see. Every page of this documentary is written by one of the contestants. The stories are so real that you feel like you are there, watching a reality show. I can't believe how amazing this documentary is. I really wish the documentary was on TV more often. I highly recommend this documentary to anyone who has not seen it.

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I'm very sorry to say that this film is not only an excellent history lesson, but a great documentary as well. The historical footage is terrific, but the storytelling is superb. You won't see documentaries this well done in the future. I have no doubt that this film will be seen in many high schools across the nation. A brilliant documentary, this is sure to be the "springboard" for many more films that will show that this film is more than just a documentary. You will be amazed at how the characters are not just from a few random interviews, but from historical figures who were well-known and respected. The characters are so real and convincing, that you will not want to leave the movie. I am so glad that the filmmakers took the time to create these characters. I am not a history buff, but I know that they did a wonderful job of creating a true and believable story of one of the most important events of our time. The interviews are not just a random collection of people who have opinions, but rather from real people. I highly recommend this film.

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I don't know what's wrong with this movie. I saw it twice, both times with my wife. I'm not sure why. It's a bit slow, but not boring. The director is also very good at capturing the tone of the era. The acting is very good, and the editing is very good. The only thing that bothers me is the narrator, who is extremely over-the-top. I can't help but think that he's making this movie for the heck of it. The music is very good, and it's a good way to get into the film. The soundtrack is a little over-the-top, but it's a nice change of pace. Overall, I'd say it's a good movie to see if you're interested in the period.

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Nicole Burns

So I thought I would give the Oscar winner a chance. I was pleasantly surprised. I will say this, the editing was pretty good, but I did not think the editing was that good. The movie was also quite long, but I did not mind that at all. I thought the subject matter was good. It was an interesting look at a great man. The Academy didn't really have anything to say about the movie, but they also didn't really have anything to say about the subject matter either. I also don't know if they were able to say much about how the Oscars work, but I guess that is the way they are. If you are a fan of the Pulitzer, then I would suggest you see this movie. But I do not think you will be able to get through the movie without getting some sort of comment. I really do not know what the Academy was trying to say, but I am glad they did make it out. It was a great movie, but I think the Oscars would have been better off not having it. But if you have not seen the movie, I would not recommend it. I would say this movie is worth seeing, but I am not going to watch it again.

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Christopher P.

This documentary follows the rise of the Pulitzer Prize for American History for the past year and details the final decision of Pulitzer Prize winner Ernest Hemingway to accept the award. The film covers the enormous amount of money that went into the making of the film, which resulted in a very small budget. The film also covers the entire process of researching and filming the film. The film covers the process of editing the film, the media coverage of the film, and the post production. The film also covers the final decision of the film's director, Mary McAleer, to accept the award, which was much more personal than the final decision to accept the award itself. Overall, the film is very interesting to watch, and the film is very well made. It's a very good documentary about the process of producing the film.