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The Pulitzer at 100

The Pulitzer at 100 is a movie starring John Adams, Ayad Akhtar, and Jim Amoss. The history of the Pulitzer Prize the most prestigious award in journalism is explored in this informative and entertaining documentary.

Running Time
1 hours 31 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary
Director
Kirk Simon
Actors
Jim Amoss, Ayad Akhtar, John Adams, Martin Baron
Country
USA
Year
2016
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The Pulitzer at 100, by Oscar and Emmy winning director Kirk Simon, is a ninety-minute independent documentary released in the Pulitzer's 100th year. The film is told through the riveting stories of the artists that have won the prestigious prize, with Pulitzer work read by Helen Mirren, Natalie Portman, Liev Schreiber, John Lithgow and Yara Shahidi. Journalists Carl Bernstein, Nick Kristof, Thomas Friedman, David Remnick, writers Toni Morrison, Michael Chabon, Junot Díaz, Tony Kushner, Ayad Akhtar, musicians Wynton Marsalis, David Crosby, John Adams, and many others recount the stories behind America's most beloved works in arts and letters.

Comments about documentary «The Pulitzer at 100» (22)

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Marie C.

I am a huge fan of the Pulitzer and I have always admired the way the award has been made. I think the subject matter is important, but there is too much of it. The other problem is that we hear too much about the award and not enough about the subjects it covers. The Pulitzer is often criticized for not being fair to subjects that are not politically important. The real problem is that we hear too much about the subject and not enough about the subjects themselves. The good news is that this documentary is a good starting point for anyone wanting to learn more about the Pulitzer.

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Anthony Cooper

This documentary, based on a book by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh, is a fascinating look at the bombing of Cambodia, and the subsequent rise of Khmer Rouge, from the perspective of the Cambodian refugees that fled to Thailand. It's a gripping story that, to me, has the feel of a book. But, there are a few things I didn't understand. As it turns out, I didn't know anything about the bombings of Cambodia, or the Khmer Rouge. I was told that the Khmer Rouge were in power for 10 years, and that it was largely a failure. But I did not know that there was a massive campaign to kill all the Khmer Rouge leaders. In addition, I didn't know that the government of Cambodia was the Khmer Rouge's main ally, and that the Khmer Rouge were the ones that were killing people. I am not sure how accurate this film is, but I liked it.

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Jeffrey J.

My wife and I are both film students at Yale. We had never seen the film before, but I'm glad we watched it. The director, Ray L. Smith, has done an excellent job of giving us an insight into the film industry. He has not used sensationalism, as some of the other reviewers have, and it is clear that the industry is not full of bad actors. The film is about the film industry and the work that goes into making a film. It is not a pro-business film and it is not anti-business. It is about the work of the film industry, but it is also about the work of the people who work in the film industry. I think the film should be seen by everyone, as it is a very important document of the film industry.

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Madison Jones

I just saw this at a screening at the Toronto Film Festival. The director is John Pilger. His previous film, "The Trial of the President" is one of my all time favorites. I am in love with this film. It is a beautifully shot documentary on the press and its role in the government. It is also a look into the lives of some of the most important people in our country's history. John Pilger talks with a lot of people and interviews a lot of people. He is a great interviewer and he does not stop talking. He uses a lot of montages to tell his story. This film is not the best documentary I have seen, but it is a very good one. I would recommend it to people who enjoy documentaries and want to know what goes on in our country's government. My vote is seven out of ten.

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Amanda

If you have a love for music and love to hear it, this documentary is for you. It is a fascinating look at the music industry from the perspective of the artists. The music industry is a highly regulated industry, so the movie really gives a great insight into the process of how musicians are paid. I'm a musician and I really enjoyed this movie. It was very informative and there were a lot of songs in it. I recommend it to anyone who enjoys music and is interested in the music industry. 7/10

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Jordan J.

This is the latest in a series of documentaries about the Pulitzer Prize, which is awarded every year to the best book, play, movie, or short story. The films are usually well made, and this one is no exception. This one follows the history of the Pulitzer Prize, from its origins in 1901, through the award of the first Pulitzer Prize in 1901, to the present. There is a lot of historical information here, but also a lot of talking. The subjects are the people who made the decisions about the prizes, the people who were involved in the selection of the winners, and the people who worked behind the scenes in the awarding of the prizes. The documentary is a good way to learn about the history of the Pulitzer Prize, but there is no way to explain it in a straightforward way. It is as though the subjects are asking themselves questions, but the questions are not fully answered. There is a lot of background information, but it is not very clear and it is hard to follow. I would recommend watching the films, but I would also recommend reading the books that the subjects have written. I did not read the book, but it was helpful to know what was included and what was left out.

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Jeffrey

This documentary is great for anyone who has ever watched a movie in the theatre or on video. It is a documentary of a movie that was made in 1996, which was in my opinion the worst movie I have ever seen in my entire life. It was so boring and it made me cry at the same time. I was very disappointed that a movie that was so good could be such a mess. The director is very good and he did a good job of filming the movie, but the actual production of the movie is a mess. I do not know why people like this movie so much, but I do not think I will ever watch it again.

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Robert

As a true Blue Collar man, I thought the documentary was a good story. I think the producer made some very good points and made the viewer think about the Blue Collar workers in a different way. I really don't think that the documentary is so much about the workers. The story is about the Blue Collar Association and the union that they formed. The Blue Collar workers are portrayed as average people. They all have a lot of problems and the documentary shows that. But the documentary is good because it shows that these people are not just average Blue Collars. The documentary was done very well and I think it was a good documentary. If you watch it and you have any issues with Blue Collars, then I would suggest that you watch this documentary because it will help you think about the Blue Collars.

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Barbara

The Pulitzer at 100 is a great documentary, but it's not that great. It's well shot and edited, but there's a lack of depth to the story. There are some interesting bits and pieces of information, but overall, the documentary is lacking in depth. It's worth watching, but not worth the price of admission. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Louis

I watched this documentary last night, and thought it was great. It was well-made, and not boring. It made me laugh and cry, and it was a great feeling of accomplishment to be able to watch something that was so entertaining and so well-made. I have to give credit to the writers and director of this documentary, because they managed to get a lot of information from the archives and documents that I had read. The information was used to make a very entertaining documentary. I recommend this documentary to everyone. It is a must-watch.

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Amy A.

A great documentary about the Pulitzer Prize, which is awarded to the best American story of the year, given to a major story that touches the hearts and minds of the American public. The film focuses on the story of the Pulitzer Prize, which is awarded to the best American story of the year. It includes interviews with Pulitzer Prize judges, award winners and other relevant individuals. The film also features a number of other films from the Pulitzer Prize's history, including the famous "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?", the "American Dream" and the "Winner Takes All" stories. The film also includes a brief interview with the Pulitzer Prize's founder, Joseph Pulitzer, who is interviewed on the film. The film also includes a brief discussion of the significance of the Pulitzer Prize, and the importance of the Pulitzer Prize to the history of the United States. The film ends with the award of the Pulitzer Prize to the winner of the Pulitzer Prize. The film has a good balance of interviews, but at the end, the film becomes a bit long, but overall a good documentary.

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Samantha

In the course of the film, I learned more about how some people in the American Midwest are dealing with poverty and it's effects on their lives. In one of the interviews, a man said that he had to quit his job and go back to school because he couldn't make ends meet. His mother died and he had to live on his father's income. He was able to get a job at the local supermarket. The most important thing he learned from the film was that the government should be doing more to help the poor. I thought it was great that the filmmakers chose to focus on the poverty in the American Midwest instead of focusing on the poverty in the rest of the country. One of the things I was impressed with was how the documentary showed the community leaders who were working to make a difference in the community. There was a lot of emphasis on the local community leaders and how they were able to do their jobs. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in how the American Midwest is doing in the current economy.

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Alexander Keller

It is hard to believe that this is the same man who wrote the first of the three The Pulitzer at 100 featurettes. This is a documentary that tells the story of the three featurettes from the perspective of the author himself. The result is a thoughtful, intelligent, and entertaining film that provides a valuable perspective of the Pulitzer awards and a unique look at the process. The story starts in the 1930s when the Pulitzer was first created and how it was created and the people who were involved in the creation of the Pulitzer. The film then moves into the 1970s and the award's creation. It then continues into the present day, and the film has some interesting interviews with the current judges and their families. The film has a great soundtrack, which really helps to enhance the experience. I recommend this film to anyone who wants to learn more about the Pulitzer Awards and how they were created.

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Mark Howard

When I first saw this documentary, I was interested to know what was the "most important" piece of journalism that was ever done in America. I wasn't disappointed. The documentary is about the Pulitzer Prize in journalism, and its winners, the history of the Pulitzer, and the life of the Pulitzer. The film goes in chronological order, and tells the story of the Pulitzer Prize, and the awardees. The documentary is divided into five chapters, each with a different story. Each chapter is narrated by one of the Pulitzer Prize winners, and they all talk about the "feel good" aspect of the Pulitzer, and how it's supposed to be. The documentary is about the history of the Pulitzer Prize, and how it started. It shows the Pulitzer Prize winners, and their careers. The documentary is a good, informative documentary. It's a good way to learn about the Pulitzer Prize, and the awardees.

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Amber

I was interested to see how the Pulitzer Prize for the National Magazine Awards would fare with the late President Clinton. I was also interested to see how the Pulitzer Prize for the New York Times would fare with the late President Clinton. I was not disappointed. In fact, I was very pleased. The film is very well done, and the subject matter is very important. I think that the film was well timed, and I believe that it was very well made. The movie is well written and well done. I think that the movie is very balanced. The film does not focus on a particular candidate or politician, but rather on the overall process of the awards and the awarding of the Pulitzer Prizes. The film is very informative and very well done. It's also well worth seeing. I give it an 8 out of 10. I would have given it a 9 if I had not seen the film before I saw the awards. I will definitely be buying the DVD when it is available. I would also like to see the film again before I see the awards.

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Danielle Ortega

I have seen the movie, and I thought it was very interesting. I was especially impressed with the way they were able to relate the events to the lives of the people who lived them. It was like watching a documentary, except that it was much more realistic. There are many people who live with this kind of story in their own lives, and this movie did a great job of showing them. The people in the movie were very genuine. I have seen people with heartbreak, who have not been able to see a doctor, and I have seen people who are suffering from cancer who are very happy to be alive, even though they are dying. They were able to relate their story to other people who are suffering in similar ways, and that is what made this movie so great. If you are interested in reading more about the lives of cancer patients, I recommend reading about the documentary, "The Fire Within."

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Tyler Ford

The Pulitzer at 100 was the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes. It is the result of a series of interviews with those who have been awarded the Pulitzer, which are not necessarily the best of the best. It is a great way to see how Pulitzer winners have changed in their lives. Each interviewee was asked to tell the story of how they were awarded the Pulitzer, and they did so with great enthusiasm and pride. Most of the interviewees had been awarded the Pulitzer since the late 1800s, and it is interesting to see how they have changed and developed. One of the most interesting aspects of the film is the way in which the interviewees talk about their awards. They tell stories about the awards they have received, how they have been judged, and how they have changed over time. The film is very informative and fascinating, and the film also has a great message, about how we judge and award things, and how the results of the Pulitzer Prizes influence people's lives. This is a very interesting film that should be watched.

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Christine

I watched this documentary because I wanted to see how this documentary was made. I had never seen a documentary like this before and I am not a big fan of documentaries. I thought that the documentary was very well done, and I thought that the director did a great job. I would recommend this documentary to anyone. If you are looking for an example of how to do a documentary, or if you are looking for a good documentary, I would recommend this one.

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Lori L.

This documentary is based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning story of a young woman who was able to make it big with the Wall Street Journal. At the time, she was a young woman and not a woman in the media, so her work was considered groundbreaking. She was known as "the girl who rose to the top." The documentary tells the story of her rise to the top, and how she dealt with the fact that she was a woman in the media. She is interviewed by some of the people she worked with, and some of her colleagues, and the film is edited with interviews from a variety of people. It is interesting, because the interviewees seem to be mostly men. One of the interviewees, a man, was quite candid about the fact that he was actually upset that his daughter had never learned the word "tradition." He is the only interviewee who mentions that he knew of the tradition of women working in the media. However, other than that, the interviewees seem to be men, and so the film does not really discuss the culture of women in the media in a way that would make the audience feel like they are part of the conversation. Still, the interviews are interesting and they do shed some light on the history of women in the media. The film is edited very well, and there are a lot of clips from news organizations and people who knew her. They also use interviews from the Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, and other news outlets. This is a fascinating film that is well worth seeing.

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Randy Wallace

I was lucky enough to see this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival. It was narrated by Jon Stewart and was a wonderful experience. I was curious to know what the Pulitzer Prize winners think about the Pulitzer. I wanted to know if they had any thoughts on the current state of the award. I also wanted to know if the awards for the winners were still active. The Pulitzer at 100 is a great film that will keep you entertained and make you think. The documentary is a must see. It is very entertaining. I enjoyed it so much that I just had to get the book.

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Lori S.

The Pulitzer at 100 is a film about the award, which was first given in 1929. The film follows the trials and tribulations of the award, and how it is passed from person to person. It also explores the history of the award, and its importance in the world of journalism. It's a fascinating documentary that will be of interest to anyone who loves a good story.

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Dylan Freeman

If you like documentaries, or want to know what goes on behind the scenes of a story, or just want to be informed about what's going on in the world of journalism, this is the movie for you. The movie is not as much about the Pulitzer Prize itself, but more about the process of putting together the story of the award. It's not a full blown documentary, but more of an overview of the process and how it was done. It is, however, a very informative documentary, and I can't wait to see the finished product.