'Page One' screened at Community Center
"PAGE ONE" PROVIDES a gripping look inside the hectic newsroom of the New York Times.
The Sonoma International Film Festival brings a special screening of the critically acclaimed documentary "Page One" to the Sonoma Community Center on Thursday, Oct. 13, with a reception at 6 p.m. and the film screening at 7 p.m.
An unprecedented access to the New York Times newsroom yields a complex view of the transformation of a media landscape fraught with both peril and opportunity in the digital age. The film was directed by Andrew Rossi; written by Kate Novack and Andrew Rossi and stars David Carr, Carl Bernstein and Bruce Headlam.
The Sonoma International Film Festival obtained this film from Magnolia Pictures and brings it to Sonoma audiences before it goes into wide release.
Following the screening, a panel of media experts, moderated by Scott Ware, board chair of the Sonoma International Film Society. The panelists include David Bolling, editor of The Sonoma Index-Tribune; as well as representatives from the Press Democrat, Bay Citizen (both of which are owned by the New York Times Company) and the Sonoma Sun.
The cost to attend is $10 a person and tickets are available at the door.
The center is located at 276 E. Napa St.
For more details, visit Sonomafilmfest.org.