Horns and Halos

Horns and Halos

Streaming Video - 2002
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With Donald Trump's White House battling journalists and biographers, HORNS AND HALOS is a timely film that follows an author and small publisher as they fight a legal battle to publish "Fortunate Son," a damning biography of George W. Bush.. In 1999, under pressure from Bush attorneys, St. Martin's Press destroyed all copies of James H. Hatfield's unauthorized biography of "The Fortunate Son." But Hatfield found an ally in Sander Hicks, whose underground publishing company reprinted the book. Hatfield and Hicks struggle in the face of an emotional tailspin wrought by legal challenges and a public smear campaign.. Winner of Best Documentary at the New York Underground Film Festival and Best Documentary at the Chicago Underground Film Festival.. "Shocking...Absorbing...a rich tale of our times." - Dave Kehr, The New York Times. “Powerful and revelatory!” - John Anderson, Newsday
Publisher: Rumur Films, 2002.
[San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2018.
Branch Call Number: eVideo kanopy
Characteristics: 1 online resource (streaming video file) (80 minutes): digital, .flv file, sound


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