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Mike Wallace Is Here at newportFILM Outdoors

NEWPORT, R.I. — This Thursday, newportFILM Outdoor presents a free showing of “Mike Wallace Is Here.” Find out more information here.

Join us for a newportFILM Outdoors screening of Mike Wallace Is Here at The Elms Lawn

MIKE WALLACE IS HERE
newportFILM Outdoors is presented by
Lila Delman Real Estate, supported by Forty 1° North
FREE with a $5 suggested donation

Thursday, July 18th
The Elms Lawn, Newport
367 Bellevue Ave., Newport

6:20PM – Venue & food vendors open
7:20PM – Live music by Dave Flamand
8:35PM – Film followed by Q&A with producer Rafael Marmor, moderated by Hollywood Reporter deputy film editor Tatiana Siegel

EVENT DETAILS:
– Free popcorn courtesy of Kiel James Patrick
– Live music supported by Newport Shipyard
– On-site food vendors: Bella’s Pizzeria, Boru Noodle Bar, Diego’s Newport, Brunch Belly Lemons Aid, Tricycle Ice Cream
– BYO picnic, blankets & chairs
– Bike racks on-site
– Rain Venue: Casino Theatre, 9 Freebody Street, Newport

ABOUT THE FILM:
Never before has journalism in America been so hotly debated. At a time when it seems like the hard-hitting question is fighting for its right to be asked, MIKE WALLACE IS HERE turns the tough question loose on its inventor to understand how we got here and what’s really at stake. Legendary newsman Mike Wallace unflinchingly interrogated the 20th century’s biggest figures in over fifty years on the air, and his aggressive reporting style and showmanship redefined what America came to expect from broadcasters. Unearthing decades of never-before-seen footage from the 60 Minutes vault, this documentary portrait explores what drove and plagued this restless reporter, whose storied career was entwined with the evolution of journalism itself.

Run time: 88 min
Director(s): Avi Belkin
Producer(s): Rafael Marmor

SPONSORS + PARTNERS:
Lila Delman Real Estate
Forty 1° North
WIMCO Villas
Kirby Perkins Construction
Park South Hotel, New York, New York
Lexington Partners
Kiel James Patrick
Newport Shipyard
Preservation Society of Newport County
Edible Rhody magazine
The Providence Journal
The Public’s Radio 89.3FM
Minuteman Press of Aquidneck Island
The Newport Daily News
Rhode Island Council for the Humanities
de Ramel Foundation
Salve Regina University

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