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Based on the true story of the scandal that brought down a president. In 1972, Bob Woodward, a reporter for the Washington Post, reports on a minor burglary at the Democratic Party headquarters. After doing more digging, he uncovers a major conspiracy and takes it to his editor, who teams him with fellow reporter, Carl Bernstein. Together, the two reporters uncover a scandal that rocked American politics - and ultimately led to the resignation of President Nixon.
A film guide that looks at Spotlight (2015), exploring its key topics and themes through informal discussion.
Thrilling drama based on the historic 1977 interview of disgraced US president Richard Nixon by TV presenter David Frost after the Watergate scandal.
14–16 years 116 mins
Satire of the ruthlessness of TV companies from the '70s, about a newsreader having a meltdown who is sacked, then re-hired to help ratings.
14+ years 116 mins
Screwball comedy set in Chicago newspaper offices about an editor trying to prevent his ex-wife from remarrying so he doesn't lose her from the staff.
11+ years 92 mins
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We take a look at how French animation Phantom Boy references cinema old and new, and compassionately tackles the issue of dealing with a serious illness.
Reading time 6 mins
A glossary of some of the most frequently used terms in Film Language, with examples and key-codes from classic films to help demonstrate their meaning.
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