An Evening with NYTimes Op-Docs
Monday, June 23, 2014
Discover The New York Times’s Op-Docs, short opinion documentaries reflecting a wide range of styles and subjects, from contemporary life to historical themes. Post-film discussion with “56 Ways of Saying I Don’t Remember” director Alan Berliner, “Love and Stuff” director Judith Helfand, “The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace” co-director Flora Lichtman, “Congo: The Road to Ruin” director Daniel McCabe, and “35 and Single” director Paula Schargorodsky, moderated by Jason Spingarn-Koff of The New York Times.
“November 22, 1963” directed by Errol Morris
“35 and Single” directed by Paula Schargorodsky
“56 Ways of Saying I Don’t Remember” directed by Alan Berliner
“Love and Stuff” directed by Judith Helfand
“Verbatim: What Is a Photocopier?” directed by Brett Weiner
“Subway Alarm” directed by Ken Webb
“The Animated Life of A.R. Wallace” directed by Flora Lichtman and Sharon Shattuck
“Congo: The Road to Ruin” directed by Daniel McCabe
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