« back to John Owen on international news reporting home


Brook Lapping at Frontline

| 1

Anyone lucky enough to be at the Frontline Club screenings this past week got reminded about what first rate powerful documentary making is all about. It's been far too long since we've had a blockbuster Brook Lapping series. But Iran & the West is in the best tradition of Death of Yugoslavia and the Russian series. Last night's Frontline "world premiere" screening of Paul Mitchell's "Nuclear Confrontation" was gripping stuff. All the key players taking us inside history. At our screening  former Foreign Secretary Jack Straw who makes it clear in the film that he disagreed with Tony Blair on Iran.

1 Comment

Hai Klinefelter | July 21, 2010 2:44 PM | Reply

Bless you for taking some time to discuss this, I sense strongly about it and really enjoy studying additional on this subject. If probable, when you achieve expertise, would you thoughts updating your weblog with more data? It can be extremely very helpful.

What do you think?