Breaking the Silence: The Films of John Pilger

In Breaking the Silence: The Films of John Pilger, Anthony Hayward traces the journalist and documentary maker's screen career, from The Quiet Mutiny in 1970 to Utopia in 2013. The book details the documentaries, their effects, such as the $45 million in aid triggered by Year Zero - The Silent Death of Cambodia, and Pilger's clashes with both the political and broadcasting establishments. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781310842627
About Anthony Hayward

Anthony Hayward is the author of Breaking the Silence: The Films of John Pilger, Which Side Are You On? Ken Loach and His Films and the biographies Julie Christie and Phantom: Michael Crawford Unmasked. He has written many books about television and film, and contributed to The Independent since 1993 and The Guardian since 2009.

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John Pilger interviewed by Anthony Hayward at the 2006 Hay Festival
Some of the films and issues in Anthony Hayward's book are raised in his interview with John Pilger at the 2006 Hay Festival (which was included as a bonus feature with the DVDs John Pilger – Documentaries That Changed the World and Heroes – The Films of John Pilger 1970-2007).

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