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"We live in a dirty and dangerous world. There are some things the general public does not need to know, and shouldn\t. I believe democracy flourishes when the government can take legitimate steps to keep its secrets and when the press can decide whether to print what it knows."
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Meryl Streep has said the women of Hollywood will stand together "in a thick black line" at the Golden Globes as actresses donned black gowns in solidarity with victims of sexual assault and harassment. The actress, who is nominated for her role as Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham in The ...
She waved off some humor about following in the footsteps of Katherine Graham, the legendary Washington Post publisher now being celebrated on the big screen in Steven Spielberg's "The Post." "So many women charted this course, and I'm honored to be among them on whatever small scale," Sublett ...

Meryl Streep got a nod for her performance as Katherine Graham in The Post, alongside Jessica Chastain in Molly's Game, Sally Hawkins in The Shape of Water and Michelle Williams in All the money in the World. Streep earned her record-extending 31st nomination this year, putting her well ahead of any ...
Hanks and Meryl Streep are paired for "The Post," a PG-13 drama about the decision to publish the Pentagon Papers that contained government secrets spanning four decades and four presidents. Streep portrays Katherine Graham, the country's first female newspaper publisher. Hanks plays editor Ben Bradlee. Henson is ...
"In a way this is kind of like going to the Black and White ball, " The Post screenwriter Josh Singer observed as he entered the Beverly Hilton ballroom, adding that appropriately Post publisher Katherine Graham had been integral to the first Black and White ball, and a scene was shot for the film re-creating it ...
In The Post, Spielberg sets the Goliath of the Nixon administration against the publisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom .... There's no Katherine Graham character in All the President's Men, though Lauren Bacall, ex-wife of Jason Robards, who played Bradlee, was the ...
The film follows the staff of The Washington Post, led by executive editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) and publisher Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), as they ... of the prodigious ramifications it had on this country in the 1970s, but also for the long-reaching effects that have reverberated throughout journalism ...
You have to catch the upcoming The Post starring Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee, the ex-Washington Post's editor, and Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham, the late owner of the newspaper, to get a sense of how zealously the American press guards its role and carries out its job). So when Khaw Boon Wan ...
Kirk Polking was a renowned Cincinnati writer, author, editor and publisher. ... science and medical writer for the Detroit News, Ruth Carlton, women's news editor of the Detroit News, Ponchitta Pierce, special news correspondent for CBS, and Katherine Graham, president of the Washington Post Company.
... journalism history: Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), the first female publisher of a major newspaper, and Ben Bradlee Sr. (Tom Hanks), the paper's iconic executive editor. In advance of today's release of The Post, we at The Young Folks have compiled a list of our top ten favorite movies about journalism ...
Meryl Streep portrays Katherine Graham, the wealthy publisher-owner of the Washington Post, and Tom Hanks is the editor, Ben Bradlee, in the soon-to-be-released "The Post." For journalists of my vintage, this is the Holy Grail, "sustenance in infinite abundance." It's no coincidence that two of the most ...
It instructs you exactly how to feel at every moment as the Post's executive editor Ben Bradlee (played by Tom Hanks) pushes to get a copy of the papers - a top secret Defense Department study of decades of U.S. involvement in Vietnam - and then persuades the Post's owner Katherine Graham (Meryl ...
Cut to 1971, when Katherine Graham (Meryl Streep), publisher of the Washington Post, is preparing to take the company public. Though she had worked for the paper for years, she was not a natural choice to lead the paper. Her father, Eugene Meyer, had handed its management over to her husband, ...
Overall the 625-page book gives short shrift to the unrich and unfamous, whose lives are peripheral to the drama played out by the wealthy publisher's dazzling peers. The name of Martin Luther King Jr. does not appear in her star-studded, history-drenched book. Katharine Graham's decision to publish the ...

When Meryl Streep, Tom Hanks, and Steven Spielberg were all asked about the importance of including powerful female roles in "The Post" given the recent current events in Hollywood, Streep gave a wry smile and simply said, "Well, I would like the fellas to talk about this." Spielberg was quick to respond.
Streep plays Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham in "The Post," a movie set in the President Nixon era when the Watergate scandal broke that led to his resignation. We expect to hear more in 2018 from American women in PR, an offshoot of a group that started in Canada. AWPR wants PR to be ...
Bezos told me he knew nothing about publishing and never intended to buy the paper but had known Don Graham (Post publisher Katherine Graham's son) for 15 years and out of that friendship realized there were more important things to consider, thus his eventual purchase of the paper. Meryl Streep ...
"The Post," starring Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee and Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham, will receive a limited release from Fox on Dec. 22 and go into wide release on Jan. 12. The National Board of Review has named "The Post" as the best film of 2017 with Hanks and Streep taking the top acting awards.
Katharine Graham is the first female publisher of a major American newspaper -- The Washington Post. With help from editor Ben .... She is on the phone with multiple business partners, her editor (Ben Bradlee), and many journalists of the paper as well as some of her board advisors. Easily, this makes for ...
The world premiere of "The Post," Steven Spielberg's movie about the partnership between Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham and editor Ben Bradlee while breaking the Watergate story, is tonight at the Newseum. Spielberg and Actors Meryl Streep ,who plays Graham, and Tom Hanks, who ...
I forgo Katherine Graham's book Personal History, Susan Tiftt's The Trust about the Sulzberger family, and even Lynsey Addario's It's What I Do. I've found a gift of a more service-oriented tome like Danny Meyer's Setting the Table: The Transforming Power of Hospitality in Business to be a useful addition.
In The Post, Spielberg sets the Goliath of the Nixon administration against the publisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom .... There's no Katherine Graham character in All the President's Men, though Lauren Bacall, ex-wife of Jason Robards, who played Bradlee, was the ...
12 to tell the story of the country's first female publisher and her editor at the Washington Post during the tumultuous decision to release the Pentagon Papers. The thrilling drama stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks as Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham and editor Ben Bradlee respectively, and ...
"Phenomenal reporting" by "determined journalists" helped break the female sexual assault story that has dominated media in recent months. ... Streep plays Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham in "The Post," a movie set in the President Nixon era when the Watergate scandal broke that led to his ...
Maggio also looks extensively at Bradlee's close ties to John Kennedy and Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham as well as his relationships with his three wives and his children. Anchored by home movies, remembrances from family, friends, contemporaries and rivals, and Bradlee's own straight ...
"The Post" @ Aspen Film Academy Screenings, Paepcke Auditorium, Dec. 28 ... But this Steven Spielberg-directed historical drama about the Washington Post's publication of the Pentagon Papers -- starring Meryl Streep as Katherine Graham and Tom Hanks as Ben Bradlee -- may quickly change that.
Katherine Graham (Streep) owns the paper, and is preparing to take it to public auction. With the passing of her husband, Graham is now in charge, a position that, while the Post has been in her life for all her life, puts her in an unfamiliar place. She believes in the news and her paper, but she also doesn't ...
Streep, who has already picked up the NBR Best Actress prize for the December 22 release from director Steven Spielberg, likely will receive an unprecedented 21st Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Washington Post publisher Katherine Graham in this riveting, pertinent and urgent drama. She was ...
But the Reagans artfully defused the tensions when they accepted an invitation to dinner from Katherine Graham, then publisher of the Washington Post. The Reagans proclaimed to Graham and her guests that they intended to become good neighbors, and they did. Graham and Nancy Reagan hit it off so ...
"The Newspaperman" shows much about Bradlee to admire in investigative journalism and journalistic ethics, but he had personal flaws. Bradlee's close friendship .... 12 nationwide; it is an account of publisher Katherine Graham and Bradlee's partnership at the Post during this time.) Next came Watergate ...
The Post movie starring Tom Hanks as the late Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee and Meryl Streep as the late publisher Katherine Graham. ... U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in August the Trump administration was considering requiring journalists to reveal their sources amid Trump's push to ...
On a wall at the Washington Post headquarters is a quote from Ben Bradlee, the legendary editor for whom a conference room is named. ... "What I hope people will take away from this movie is that it is the lie that is the enemy of the people, and not the journalists who are exposing the lie," Quinn says.
Truman Capote with Katherine Graham, publisher of the Washington Post and the guest of honor at Capote's Black and White Ball. (Credit: Harry Benson/Express/Getty Images). The over-the-top party, which took place on November 28, 1966, was the brainchild of Truman Capote, the American novelist ...
I'm pretty sure I saw publisher Katherine Graham and Executive Editor Ben Bradlee laughing at something in one of the glassed-in offices around the ... to not only fool the newspaper but also undermine all the other reporting it and, since The Post broke the story, other journalists have done about Moore.
A journalism drama in the age of President Trump was bound to strike a chord, but film critics coming out of early screenings for Steven Spielberg's The ... by a sitting U.S. president: The Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham (Meryl Streep) and editor Ben Bradlee (Tom Hanks) team up to catch up to ...
"The Post": publisher Katherine Graham and editor Ben Bradlee guide the Washington newspaper in joining the New York Times to take a ...
The Oscar winner appeared at the event to thank journalists for putting ... This comes in very handy in investigative journalism but also in acting." ... The Post as Katherine Graham, the Washington Post's longtime publisher.
Join Katherine Graham, Professor Emerita, school of Public Policy and ... in spectacularly ugly Canada Post advertisement while workers make ...
... about Weinstein, locker room talk, and the importance of investigative journalism. ... reminder to catch Meryl in The Post, where she plays Katherine Graham, the no-nonsense publisher and editor of The Washington Post.
For Vogue, Streep met with Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour to talk about Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham, Wintour's longtime friend ...
The actress will be seen playing Washington Post editor Katherine Graham, in Steven Spielberg's movie, The Post. The movie is based on the ...
Anna Wintour tells Meryl Streep -- who plays late Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham in Steven Spielberg's upcoming drama, "The Post" -- that Graham "was one of the most intimidating women I've ever met." Streep exclaims in a Vogue.com video of the chat, "Really? She intimidated you?".
If she were here to see it, Graham, the fabled publisher and owner of The Washington Post, who died in 2001, would be having a hell of a time. .... puts it, "What Katharine Graham and Ben Bradlee did all those years ago still reverberates today and in so many ways defined modern investigative journalism.
The room remained silent until assistant coach Katherine Graham took the floor. ... Willoughby will play in the post and on the perimeter. Inside ...
Check out the trailer for next months "The Post". ... remember the journalists who stood up to tyrannical behavior from our leaders. The film stars Meryl Streep as publisher Katherine Graham, Tom Hanks as editor Ben Bradlee ...
Yep, looks like another journalism period piece. But the latest entry in this fertile genre has a better pedigree than most. The Post is directed by Steven Spielberg and stars Meryl Streep and Tom Hanks as Katherine Graham and Ben Bradlee, the publisher and executive editor of the Washington Post.
Steven Spielberg's highly anticipated new film The Post stars Meryl Streep ... as Katherine Graham, America's first female newspaper publisher, ...


 

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