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Next up: director Eugene Jarecki's Peabody Award-winning 2012 documentary "The House I Live In" (6:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 9), about the glaring racial inequities in America's decades-old war on drugs.
It's a story that - in a manner that recalls Eugene Jarecki's similarly riveting The House I Live In - refocuses the entire American story through the prism of institutionalized white supremacy, tracing its reconfiguration and rebranding through the ...

Pitt joins John Legend, Russell Simmons, Danny Glover, and director Eugene Jarecki in releasing a joint statement applauding president Obama's decision not to contest referenda legalizing recreational marijuana use.
"The whole idea of a democracy is that we ourselves, the people, are supposed to make a path of our politics, and it is we who with our feet and our vote and our labours and our vigilance are supposed to shape our country'' - Eugene Jarecki.(An ...
The undersigned film-makers include Going Clear director Alex Gibney, Citizenfour director Laura Poitras, Cartel Land director Matt Heineman and The House I Live In director Eugene Jarecki. "Mainstream media has paid ample attention to the images ...
... after a 15-year hiatus, I visited Havana again on a film project for one of America's pre-eminent documentary film directors.

Democrats might be coming around to the benefits of marijuana - or at least, coming around to the political benefits of supporting a more pot-friendly platform.
Eugene Jarecki Award-winning filmmaker, public thinker, and author. Marc Serota / Reuters. Though he was my personal hero, I never got the chance to meet Muhammad Ali in person.
Eugene Jarecki described it perfectly (and with some drama as well) in his post 9/11 film, "Why We Fight". It was something said in that film about how the MIC and Congress make sure that contracts are spread out among the states to inhibit social ...
They were stimulated by our listening to a panel of documentary filmmakers at the Sundance Film Festival, in which [Eugene Jarecki] - a well-known documentarian - said that his short documentary had more impact on the world than his long ones because ...
Day two (May 24) - titled Breaking Through the Media - features Nicholas Johnson, Michael Copps, John Nichols, Jeff Chester, Jeff Cohen, Jim Hightower, Patti Smith, Eugene Jarecki, Laura Flanders, Jim Naureckas, Winona LaDuke, Mark Green, Ken ...
... reporters, columnists, musicians, Poets and editorial cartoonists who will demonstrate the need for higher standards on television and radio, and in print and on the web .
15 release date). He will be honored with the festival's 2016 Screenwriters Tribute Award. Stone will have an onstage conversation with award-winning documentarian Eugene Jarecki ("Why We Fight," "Freakonomics"). Maybe they can clear up where the truth ...
conversation with Emmy- and Peabody Award-winner Eugene Jarecki ("The House I Live In," "Why We Fight") Sunday, June 26.
conversation with Eugene Jarecki. The festival has also added three feature films to its 2016 lineup: Andrew Neel's Goat, about fraternity hazing, written by Neel, David Gordon Green and Mike Roberts; Barbara Kopple's Miss Sharon Jones!
conversation with Eugene Jarecki. The event also has added three feature films to its 2016 lineup: Andrew Neel's Goat, about fraternity hazing, written by Neel, David Gordon Green and Mike Roberts; Barbara Kopple's doc Miss Sharon Jones!
conversation with Eugene Jarecki. The festival has also added three feature films to its 2016 lineup: Andrew Neel's Goat, about fraternity hazing, written by Neel, David Gordon Green and Mike Roberts; Barbara Kopple's Miss Sharon Jones!

Big-name directors Steve James (Hoop Dreams) and Eugene Jarecki (Why We Fight) are among those who have already shot segments for the series.
Episode 10, also available today, features a story about the Pulitzer-winning composer John Luther Adams and how moving from Alaska to New York is reflected in his music; a film by Eugene Jarecki, in which he learns about Cuba by becoming a criminal ...
Voor een tijdschrift waarvan het eerste nummer in 1925 verscheen, voelt The New Yorker behoorlijk van deze tijd. 'In dat jaar', schreef The New Yorker op 16 februari 2016, 'bestond televisie alleen nog in een laboratorium'. Sindsdien is televisie in ...
Each 30-minute episode has stories of various lengths, anchored by a longer piece from filmmakers like Gibney, Steve James, Roger Ross Williams, Dawn Porter and Eugene Jarecki. Examples are a profile of the gay star of Mexican wrestling, stories on ...
The series showcases the work of celebrated non-fiction filmmakers such as Jonathan Demme, Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman, Steve James, Eugene Jarecki, Jesse Moss, Dawn Porter, Lucy Walker, Chapman & Maclain Way, Roger Ross Williams, and Alex ...
Each 30-minute episode has stories of various lengths, anchored by a longer piece from filmmakers like Gibney, Steve James, Roger Ross Williams, Dawn Porter and Eugene Jarecki. Examples are a profile of the gay star of Mexican wrestling, stories on ...
Each 30-minute episode has stories of various lengths, anchored by a longer piece from filmmakers like Gibney, Steve James, Roger Ross Williams, Dawn Porter and Eugene Jarecki. Examples are a profile of the gay star of Mexican wrestling, stories on ...
One my all-time favorites is Eugene Jarecki's "The House I Live In," which is on Netflix. It brilliantly uses one family's odyssey through the criminal-justice system as a vehicle to examine the state of crime, punishment and opportunity in America.
19: "The House I Live in," Eugene Jarecki, 2013, 110 minutes. An unflinching look at how the war on drugs in the United States has disproportionately disenfranchised, incarcerated and impoverished African-Americans.
... war on Drugs in the U.S. and includes interviews with everyone from cops, prison guards, scientists, Historians, legal experts and reformed criminals.
... House," the festival hit "(T)ERROR" presented by its director, a Skype conversation with producer Sally Angel of "Night Will Fall," and a sneak preview of a new work in progress by filmmaker Eugene Jarecki ("The House I Live In," "Why We Fight ...
... more inclusive, less sexist and less racist than the other categories," wrote Cook, who represents several narrative and documentary filmmakers, including several former nominees, Liz Garbus, Rory Kennedy, Amy Berg, Marshall Curry and Eugene Jarecki.
Meanwhile, it was recently claimed that Courtney is dating Nicholas Jarecki, 36, the writer and director of the Richard Gere movie 'Arbitrage' and the brother of Eugene Jarecki, who directed 'Freakonomics'. A source said: "Courtney and Nick were ...
Courtney Love is reportedly dating a man 15 years her junior. The 51-year-old rocker is currently seeing Nicholas Jarecki, 36, the writer and director of the Richard Gere movie 'Arbitrage' and the brother of Eugene Jarecki, who directed 'Freakonomics'.
Jarecki's the younger brother of Andrew Jarecki, the director of HBO's "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst," and Eugene Jarecki, who directed "Freakonomics." Jarecki's dad is commodities mogul Dr. Henry Jarecki. "Courtney and Nick were ...
A discussion about the Islamic perspective on Jesus and showing of Eugene Jarecki's documentary, "Why We Fight," are planned in January.
... for the series (Snepp included a "Frank Snepp" character and suggested Josh Brolin play him) and pages of scene suggestions for the HBO project, Irreparable Harm (Eugene Jarecki would have directed, but the project entered turnaround when the ...
This week's climate-change conference in Paris offers an opportunity to reflect on the world's reactions to the tragedy committed by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria there last month.
Last week, Eric Zorn, an op-ed columnist and daily blogger for the Chicago Tribune, wrote a piece criticizing the tactics and aims of Chicagoans who have gone on a hunger strike to save Dyett high school.
The program also includes "The House I Live In," a documentary film by Eugene Jarecki. "Just Mercy" talks about Stevenson's work with the Equal Justice Initiative, the nonprofit he leads in Montgomery, Alabama.
16 will give the community a chance to see award-winning filmmaker Eugene Jarecki. His documentary, "The House I Live In," confronts the problem of mass incarceration in this country - a problem he partially blames on the "war on drugs.
Shot over two years, the documentary offers "unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to a counterterrorism sting" and "feels like a political spy novel set in your own hometown" (Sundance).
The 2012 documentary, directed by Eugene Jarecki, was inspired by the death of his housekeeper's son. It examines the true cost of America's losing war on drugs and its long-term impact on society.
One need only watch Eugene Jarecki's documentary The House I Live In to get the full picture of America's iniquitous criminal justice system, where justice is meted out with the imprisonment of young, poorly educated and marginalised black men in ...
One need only watch Eugene Jarecki's documentary The House I Live In to get the full picture of America's iniquitous criminal justice system, where justice is meted out with the imprisonment of young, poorly educated and marginalised black men in ...
BURBANK, Calif. - May 28, 2015 - Timed to the anniversary of President Ronald Reagan's passing, KCETLink Media Group, a leading national independent non-profit public broadcast and digital network, will premiere REAGAN, a film by Eugene Jarecki ...
It's an ambitious approach reminiscent of Eugene Jarecki's sweeping 2012 documentary, The House I Live In, which offered a devastating, pointillist portrait of the war on Drugs, through interviews with professors from Ohio State and Harvard, drug cops ...
Previous town halls have featured thought leaders Michelle Alexander, Eugene Jarecki, Stanton Peele, and Reverend Frederick Haynes.
"Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption," by Bryan Stevenson - supplemented by the ground-breaking film, "The House I Live In," by Eugene Jarecki - will spur students and community members to explore the theme of "justice, human rights and ...
The 2012 documentary, directed by Eugene Jarecki, is meant to shed light on the human rights implications of U.S. Drug Policy during the past 40 years.
The 2015 selections include "Just Mercy: A Story of Justice and Redemption," a New York Times bestselling book by attorney and author Bryan Stevenson; and "The House I Live In," a documentary film by Eugene Jarecki that won the Sundance Film Festival ...


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