Soledad O'Brien, Sheldon Harnick, Paley Center
The Paley Center for Media has announced its July 2012 events, featuring the New York premiere of the HBO documentary film ABOUT FACE: SUPERMODELS THEN AND NOW, Soledad O'Brien, Sheldon Harnick, and more. See below for further details.
NEW YORK PREMIERE OF THE HBO DOCUMENTARY FILM
ABOUT FACE: SUPERMODELS THEN AND NOW
Tuesday, July 17th
ABOUT FACE: SUPERMODELS THEN AND NOW reunites fashion’s legendary models to reflect on their lives, careers and complex relationships with their physical appearance and the business of beauty. From our culture’s obsession with youth to substance abuse, self-esteem, race and even plastic surgery, this film explores beauty as a commodity, overnight stardom and the reinvention that can come with aging. The HBO documentary film reveals how a handful of extraordinary women defined and redefined beauty from the 1940s through the 1980s. Shot by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders in his intimate portrait style, the film features some of the all-time most celebrated visages of the 20th century: Carol Alt, Marisa Berenson, Karen Bjornson, Christie Brinkley, Pat Cleveland, Carmen Dell’Orefice, Jerry Hall, Bethann Hardison, Beverly Johnson, China Machado, Paulina Porizkova, Isabella Rossellini and Lisa Taylor.
WHO: Christie Brinkley, Carol Alt, Karen Bjornson, Pat Cleveland, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Bethann Hardison, Beverly Johnson, China Machado, Lisa Taylor, Nancy Donahue, Dayle Haddon
Director Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, and more!
She's Making News: Soledad O’Brien
Thursday, July 19, 2012
1:00 pm ET
Moderator: Pat Mitchell, President/CEO, The Paley Center for Media
Soledad O’Brien, anchor of the CNN morning show Starting Point, has reported breaking news from around the globe, as well as produced acclaimed documentaries on crucial issues facing the world today. She also covers political news from CNN’s “Best Political Team on Television” and is the author of the lauded memoir The Next Big Story: My Journey through the Land of Possibilities. Her recent insightful documentaries include Black in America: The New Promised Land—Silicon Valley; The Women of 9/11; Don’t Fail Me: Education in America; and Unwelcome: The Muslims Next Door. Before joining CNN in 2003 as anchor of American Morning, O’Brien worked at NBC News where she hosted Weekend Today. In 2011 she received her first Emmy Award for her reporting on Haiti for Anderson Cooper 360. O’Brien will engage in a conversation with Paley Center president Pat Mitchell about her professional and personal journey in journalism.