Screen Shots

February 10, 2008
(was 01.14.2007)

One day, an IRS auditor named Harold Crick wakes up to discover a voice in his head – a female voice narrating his life. That's the premise of the film, "Stranger Than Fiction." In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, we'll meet the man who wrote the screenplay. Also, the story of Orson Welles and his career after Citizen Kane. What do you do for an encore after you've made what many critics describe as the greatest movie ever made?

  1. Laura Poitras on "My Country, My Country"

    In Laura Poitras's film "My Country, My Country" she shoots in cinema verite style and based her film on the actions of an Iranian physician and his family around the recent Iranian election.

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  2. Simon Callow on "Orson Welles: Volume 2: Hello Americans"

    British actor Simon Callow is writing Orson Welles' biography. Volume 2 is called "Hello Americans."

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  3. Zach Helm on "Stranger Than Fiction"

    Zach Helm wrote the screenplay for "Stranger than Fiction," in which Will Ferrell hears the voice of Emma Thompson apparently narrating his life.

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  4. Jack Sullivan on "Hitchcock's Music"

    Jack Sullivan tells Anne Strainchamps about the partnership between Alfred Hitchcock and Bernard Hermann which resulted in some of the greatest film scores ever written.

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