This year marks the 150th anniversary of
, the oldest weekly magazine in the country. Oscar-winner Barbara Kopple’s new documentary, HOT TYPE: 150 YEARS OF THE NATION features intimate encounters with the writers, columnists, editors, and interns, who are custodians of
’s enduring values of dissent and stewards of its future. Susan Sarandon & Sam Waterston lend historical perspective to the film, which includes archival readings from past
contributors like Martin Luther King, Jr.
‘s Washington Correspondent, John Nichols, and Executive Editor, Richard Kim, will follow the screening.