THE PULITZER AT 100
NYC PREMIERE Oscar®-winning director Kirk Simon (Strangers No More) examines the rich legacy of the Pulitzer Prize. Established in 1917, the award recognizes excellence in American arts and journalism. The film surveys the compelling stories of artists who have won the prestigious prize. Interviews include journalists Nicholas Kristof and David Remnick; novelists Toni Morrison and Junot Diaz; and musicians Wynton Marsalis and David Crosby. Classic works of writing are read by Helen Mirren, Natalie Portman, Liev Schreiber and others.
Co-presented by NYWIFT.