REPORTING ON THE TIMES: THE NEW YORK TIMES AND THE HOLOCAUST
Directed by Emily HarroldSHORT DOCUMENTARY18 MinutesWorld Premiere
FILM GUIDEREPORTING ON THE TIMES: THE NEW YORK TIMES AND THE HOLOCAUST
Why did The New York Times, a Jewish-owned newspaper, bury reports of The Holocaust during World War II? Through interviews with historians, journalists and a Holocaust survivor, this film encourages audiences to re-evaluate America’s role as “The Great Liberator.”
Screening in Shorts Program: History LessonsFemale Director(s), Documentary
About the Director(s)
EMILY HARROLD, originally from Orangeburg, South Carolina, is a graduate of NYU. Her films have screened at the Indie Grits, Provincetown, Tupelo and Woods Hole Film Festivals. Reporting on The Times received a Student Directors Guild of America Award and was a documentary finalist in the 2012 Student Academy Awards.
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