"...Directed by: Eugene Jarecki. Why would the documentarian who has explored the American penal system as a human rights violation machine (The House I Live In), and the dominating force of militarism in American politics (Why We Fight) suddenly decide to take Elvis Presley's 1963 Rolls-Royce Phantom V on a road trip across the continental U.S.?..."
"...It's the latter that is the focus of filmmaker Eugene Jarecki's new documentary, The Trials of Henry Kissinger (co-produced and written by Alex Gibney), and although the film's title is -- at this stage, anyway -- wishful thinking, the film, commissioned by the BBC, provides enough moral and ethical ammunition against the man to bring his gilded career as global statesman to a grinding halt. One can assume that is exactly what Kissinger must have been thinking when, while on a nonofficial visit to France in the spring of 2001, he was subpoenaed by a French judge for questioning regarding his role in the regime of Chile's Augusto Pinochet..."
"...As if keeping up with the filmmaking Andersons wasn't confusing enough – what with this week's releases of The Master by Paul Thomas Anderson and Resident Evil: Retribution by Paul W.S. Anderson – along comes writer/director Nicholas Jarecki with Arbitrage...."
"...Directed by: Eugene Jarecki...."
"...Directed by: Seth Gordon, Morgan Spurlock, Alex Gibney, Eugene Jarecki, Rachel Grady and Heidi Ewing. Freakonomics, the runaway nonfiction book that improbably spent two years on The New York Times bestseller list, is now, just as improbably, a movie..."
"...Directed by: Nicholas Jarecki. Starring: Richard Gere, Susan Sarandon, Tim Roth, Brit Marling, Laetitia Casta, Nate Parker, Stuart Margolin, Bruce Altman, Larry Pine and Graydon Carter...."
"...Directed by: Eugene Jarecki. What should we call a man who provides weaponry, cash, and logistical support to radicals scheming to overthrow a democratically elected government? Who arranges abductions and murders? Who encourages nuclear proliferation? Who calls for the secret invasion of a country without a declaration of war? Whose covert machinations led to appalling acts of violence against innocent citizens on September 11? Would we call him a terrorist? A war criminal? Would we pressure a nation that supported and sheltered him? Surely we would not appoint him the head of a task force investigating al Qaeda or award him the Nobel Peace Prize..."
"...Directed by: Eugene Jarecki. “The chief business of the American people is business” is President Calvin Coolidge’s oft-quoted line from his 1925 speech before the American Society of Newspaper Editors..."
"...Arkansan singer-songwriter Benjamin Dickey has been critically lauded for his portrayal of the late Foley, with matching plaudits for Austin musical mainstay Charlie Sexton as Townes van Zandt. Hawke also appears in and served as a consultant producer of another Sundance title: The King, Eugene Jarecki's new documentary about road-tripping in Elvis Presley's Rolls-Royce...."