Film Series

...And Justice for All: Screening and Conversation

October 21, 2010

This satirical American courtroom drama starring Al Pacino, Jack Warden, and John Forsythe, recounts the story of lawyer, Arthur Kirkland, who defends people committed of crimes they did not commit.

Actor, Jeffrey Tambor, and author, Neal Gabler, joined FOLCS for a screening and discussion of …And Justice for All.

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Jeffrey Tambor

Jeffrey Tambor has earned deep respect (and six Emmy Award nominations) for being one of the most versatile and accomplished character actors in film and television. Tambor’s unforgettable roles in such popular programs as The Larry Sanders Show and Arrested Development reveal his unique comedic gifts, while his roles in films such as …And Justice for All and Meet Joe Black display the depth of his dramatic sensibilities.

Neal Gabler

Neal Gabler is a distinguished author, cultural historian, and television commentator who has been called “one of America’s most important public intellectuals.” His first book, An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood, won the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for History and the Theatre Library Association Award for the best book on television, radio, or film. On the centenary of the first public exhibition of motion pictures in America, a special panel of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences named it one of the one hundred outstanding books on the American film industry. His second book, Winchell: Gossip, Power and the Culture of Celebrity, was nominated for the National Book Critics Circle Award and was named the non-fiction book of the year by Time Magazine. It recently placed sixth on Newsweek’s list of “Books to Read Now.” His third book, Life the Movie: How Entertainment Conquered Reality, is currently being used in college courses across the country to examine the convergence of reality and entertainment. And his most recent book, Walt Disney: The Triumph of the American Imagination, a New York Times best-seller, was named the biography of the year by USA Today and won Mr. Gabler his second Los Angeles Times Book Prize. It was also the runner-up for the prestigious Kraszna-Krausz Book Award in England.