The Hollywood Reporter, Wednesday published an article about the movie and maker, American Dharma, a documentary about Stephen K. Bannon, the Chairman of COAR, which played Tuesday at the Venice Film Festival.
From the article:
“The two dissect everything from how Bannon was influenced by Morris’ film ‘The Fog of War,’ his role in co-founding Breitbart, how he helped Trump win the 2016 presidential election, his theories behind nationalist populism and more, all around the structure of discussing his favorite works from directors including David Lean, Orson Welles, Stanley Kubrick and John Ford.
Renowned documentarian Errol Morris jokingly referred to his own dharma, his fate or duty, as facing a “hostile press” in Venice at a conference for his new documentary American Dharma. While journalists at the official press conference questioned the Venice regular for choosing to make a film about former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, Morris argued that he was doing his job as a journalist and as a filmmaker, and to do nothing, especially at this point in history, is dangerous.”
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