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A Life in Pictures by Focus Features

Biopic of Stefan Lorant. Stefan Lorant (Hungarian: Lóránt István; February 22, 1901 in Budapest, Austria-Hungary – November 14, 1997 in Rochester, Minnesota) was a pioneering Hungarian-American filmmaker, photojournalist, and author. http://www.nytimes.com/1997/11/18/arts/stefan-lorant-96-author-and-magazine-editor.html Chris Lorant, Stefan's son Mark Lorant, Stefan's son that was killed in an automobile accident at age 19 Gini Savage, Stefan's daughter MPAA Rating: PG-13 for brief strong language, some violent images and thematic elements.

Downtown with Claudsby and Hue by Quentin Tarantino

Synopsis: The film is set in downtown New York City in 1972. A young cocky kid, Benjamin Douglas, arrives via bus to start an adventurous career in the big apple. His first night ends abruptly as he witnesses a mob murder in an alley in lower Manhattan. The Don sics one of his henchmen to whack the boy. Benjamin, the boy, runs to the New York City Police Department to receive protection from the mob, but only gets rudely laughed at and told to "get the fuc* otta here!". After days of hiding out, facing death in the eyes, and ...

The Garden Gals by Joel and Ethan Coen

On May 11, 1994, six of the seven living first ladies attended a gala celebrating their efforts to create a new outdoor garden -- the National Garden at the United States Botanic Garden. The garden would be a living tribute to the accomplishments of the nation's first ladies. The event was hosted by Merv Griffin and Phyllis George, and Representative Robert H. Michel sang the National Anthem. Following addresses by then-President and First Lady Bill and Hillary Clinton, Johnny Mathis entertained the audience. Cited: USBG.gov

Cronkite by CBS Films and National Geographic

The story for Walter Cronkite the News Anchor from CBS News. From the college of 1933 to JFK Assassination in 1963 to his first voice acting of 1993 film, We're Back!: A Dinosaur's Story, with the producer and director, Steven Spielberg.

The Real McKay by National Geographic and CBS Films

In 1950: McKay is busy for the CBS TV Channel, his friend, Walter Cronkite, is genius newscaster. To his death of 2008. McKay died on June 7, 2008, from natural causes at the age of 86. In 1960: However, McKay does speak of what he calls his "nervous breakdown" in 1960 caused by his fear of failure. His son, Sean McManus, asked his father to go in 1960 Winter Olympics and he doesn't want to. Sean needs to bring it for 1960 Summer Olympics, if he don't that he grow up as a man. McKay recovered in time to host ...

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