When: Sat., March 10, 1:30 p.m. 2012
Had 2011 not proven to be such a spectacular and competitive year for documentaries, Page One: Inside the New York Times might have received more year-end attention from the various critics' groups and movie guilds. Nevertheless, it remains a captivating examination of how the Times — and, by extension, all print newspapers — are continuously learning to survive in the age of the Internet. (Bonus: Look for a quick appearance by Creative Loafing!) The Morrison Regional Library will host a screening of the movie, followed by a discussion with John Grooms, former editor and present columnist for Creative Loafing, and Tommy Tomlinson, blogger and columnist for the Charlotte Observer.
Price: Free admission