Social Shares: What's your favorite journalism flick?

By on March 23, 2012

ONA Boston sparked this conversation with Alex Pearlman after a local event: What’s your favorite reporter movie? Then we took the question to the broader ONA community on Twitter.

We had
The top five contenders for Best Reporter Movie:

“Deadline USA”

“Good Night and Good Luck”

“All the President’s Men”

“Shattered Glass”

“The Paper”

Honorable mentions:

  • “The Front Page” (1933)
  • “The Killing Fields”

Most disputed:

  • “Anchorman”

More suggestions from our followers on Twitter:

  • “Absence of Malice”
  • “Salvador”
  • “Network”
  • “Foreign Correspondent”
  • “Almost Famous”
  • “Northside 777”
  • “I Love Trouble”
  • “Live from Baghdad”
  • “Rann”
  • “The Insider”
  • “The Year of living Dangerously”
  • “Ace in the Hole”
  • “Under Fire”
  • “Blood Diamond”
  • “Scoop”
  • “Max Headroom”

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Jennifer Mizgata

Jennifer Mizgata is Director of Programs at the Online News Association, where she leads the Women's Leadership Accelerator. At ONA, Jennifer focuses on identifying talented digital journalists and innovative journalism projects and providing them with support. Jennifer is a business and design strategist with over a decade of experience creating industry-changing training programs, investing in award-winning projects, and managing key relationships with journalism partners and tech stakeholders. She regularly coaches managers, senior leaders and entrepreneurs on challenges related to their careers and launching new ventures. Jennifer shares advice for navigating tough work challenges in Work Space, a monthly column for Fortune.