You will be redirected back to your article in seconds
Back to IndieWire

Exclusive: ‘Page One’ TV Spot Promises An Inside Look At The New York Times

Exclusive: 'Page One' TV Spot Promises An Inside Look At The New York Times

With the ability to grab news from feeds on Twitter, Facebook and countless other social media and web sites, the print and paper outlets of old have found themselves in street fight to retain readership and relevance in this new digital age. And among them all, there is no institution as storied or respected as the New York Times, and Andrew Rossi‘s eye-opening and entertaining “Page One: Inside the New York Times” is a peek behind the curtain at the last bastion of serious news journalism.

We’re happy to unveil the new TV spot for the documentary as it gets set to expand into more theaters this weekend. We saw the film back at SXSW and were taken with the amount of topics that the documentary covers – everything from the Times’ evolving relationship with the internet (including the introduction of the pay wall, implemented this spring); their handling of the breaking and game-changing Wikileaks story; and the ramifications of similar media institutions like the titanic Tribune Company) falling by the wayside. It’s a highly entertaining and informative tale due in no small part to journalist David Carr, the veritable scene stealer of the film whose wit and insights are utterly compelling.

Check out the spot below, followed by the rollout dates for the film. Do something nice this holiday weekend and instead of filling your gut with smashing robots, fill your brain with something will stay with you after that tub of popcorn is finished.

Scottsdale, AZ: Camelview 5 Theatre
Berkeley, CA: Shattuck Cinemas 10
La Jolla, CA: La Jolla Village Cinemas
Palm Desert, CA: Cinemas Palme D’Or 7
Palm Springs, CA: Camelot Theatre 3
San Francisco, CA: Bridge Theatre
West Hills, CA: Fallbrook 10
Denver, CO: Chez Artiste
Washington, DC: E Street Cinema
Atlanta, GA: Tara Atlanta 4
Atlanta, GA: Sandy Springs 8
Chicago, IL: Landmark’s Century Centre Cinema
Indianapolis, IN: Keystone Art Cinema 7
Amherst, MA: Amherst Cinema Arts Center 3
Cambridge, MA: Kendall Square Cinema 9
North Falmouth, MA: Nickelodeon Cinema 5
Baltimore, MD: Charles Theatre
Royal Oak, MI: Main Art Theatre
Minneapolis, MN: Lagoon Cinema
Frontenac, MO: Plaza Frontenac Cinema
Omaha, NE: Film Streams at the Ruth Sokolof Theater
Brooklyn, NY: Brooklyn Heights Cinema
Pelham, NY: Pelham Picture House
Portland, OR: Fox Tower 10
Philadelphia, PA: Ritz 5 Movies
Austin, TX: Arbor Cinemas at Great Hills 8
Austin, TX: Violet Crown Cinemas
Arlington, VA: Shirlington 7
Seattle, WA: Seven Gables Theatre

Tucson, AZ: The Loft Cinema
Camarillo, CA: Paseo Camarillo Cinemas 3
Huntington Beach, CA: Century 20 – Bella Terra
Monterey, CA: Osio Plaza 6
Orange, CA: Century Stadium 25 Theatre – Orange
Roseville, CA: Century 14 Theatre – Roseville
San Jose, CA: Camera 12
San Rafael, CA: Smith Rafael Film Center
Santa Barbara, CA: Plaza De Oro
Santa Cruz, CA: Nickelodeon Theatres
Ventura, CA: Century Downtown 10
Wilmington, DE: Theatre N at Nemours
Boca Raton, FL: Living Room Cinema 4
Boca Raton, FL: Shadowood 16
Delray Beach, FL: Delray Beach 18
Miami, FL: O Cinema
Miami Beach, FL: South Beach 18
Palm Beach Gardens, FL: Gardens Cinamax 6
Winter Park, FL: Winter Park Village 20
Kansas City, MO: Tivoli @ Manor Square
Kansas City, MO: Glenwood at Red Bridge 4
Asbury Park, NJ: The ShowRoom
Las Vegas, NV: Village Square 18
Brooklyn, NY: indieScreen
Cincinnati, OH: Mariemont Theatre
Cleveland Heights, OH: Cedar Lee Theatres
Dallas, TX: Magnolia Theatre – Dallas
Plano, TX: Angelika Film Center and Cafe
Madison, WI: Sundance Cinemas 608

Sacramento, CA: Crest Theatre
Santa Rosa, CA: Summerfield Cinemas 5
Bethel, CT: Bethel Cinema 4
Honolulu, HI: Kahala Theatres 8
Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Theater
Charlotte, NC: Manor Theatre 2
Raleigh, NC: Colony Twin
Albuquerque, NM: Century Rio 24
Santa Fe, NM: De Vargas Mall 6
Reno, NV: Century Riverside 12
Auburn, NY: Auburn Public Theater
Ithaca, NY: Cinemapolis 5
Rochester, NY: Little Theatre
Williamsville, NY: Eastern Hills Cinema 3
Dayton, OH: New Neon Movies
Harrisburg, PA: Midtown Cinema 3
Knoxville, TN: Downtown West Cinema 8
Salt Lake City, UT: Broadway Centre Cinemas

Gloucester, MA: Cape Ann Community Cinema

Norfolk, VA: Naro Expanded Cinema

Little Rock, AR: Market Street Cinema
Fort Collins, CO: Lyric Cinema Cafe 2
Fort Myers, FL: Bell Tower 20
Lake Park, FL: Mos’ Art Theatre
Lake Worth, FL: Lake Worth Playhouse
Naples, FL: Hollywood 20 – Naples
Sarasota, FL: Burns Court
Tampa, FL: Tampa Theatre
Great Barrington, MA: Triplex Cinemas
Pittsfield, MA: Little Cinema – Berkshire Museum
Columbia, MO: Ragtag Cinema
Springfield, MO: Moxie Cinema 2
Asheville, NC: Carolina Asheville 14
Concord, NH: Red River 3
Tulsa, OK: Circle Theatre
Ashland, OR: Varsity Theatre
Pittsburgh, PA: Manor Theatre
Montpelier, VT: Savoy
South Burlington, VT: The Palace 9

Bridgeport, CT: Bijou Theatre

Boise, ID: The Flicks
Keene, NH: Colonial Keene
Gettysburg, PA: Majestic 3
Charleston, SC: Terrace Theatre
Columbia, SC: Nickelodeon
St Johnsbury, VT: Catamount Film & Arts Ctr
Spokane, WA: Magic Lantern Theatre

Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma City Museum of Art

Juneau, AK: Gold Town Nickelodeon

Sign Up: Stay on top of the latest breaking film and TV news! Sign up for our Email Newsletters here.

This Article is related to: Uncategorized and tagged

Get The Latest IndieWire Alerts And Newsletters Delivered Directly To Your Inbox