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At least since His Girl Friday (1940), Hollywood has made films featuring newspapers where journalists are white knight figures riding to protect truth, justice and freedom. The Paper - covering 24 hours on a New York tabloid - is a perfect example of the genre and Michael Keaton is also perfect as the sort of editor the Hollywood movies love: smart, tough, fast-talking and yet humane. A loving if idealised view of the profession.
Riveting tale based on the true story of promising young journalist Stephen Glass, who was exposed as a fraud in the late 90s.
11+ years 90 mins
Gripping Hollywood remake of a brilliant British TV series about a journalist who gets mixed up in a political scandal with deadly consequences.
11+ years 124 mins
Timeless portrait of the way that power works, set in the cut-throat world of journalism in 1950s New York, focusing on a ruthless gossip columnist.
11+ years 96 mins
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