Steve Engleberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning Editor-in-Chief, ProPublica
Dateline-Saigon is a powerful, haunting documentary about 5 journalists reporting the truth about the Vietnam War
Dateline-Saigon, documentary, Vietnam War, reporting, reporters, journalism, Thomas D. Herman, David Halberstam, Malcolm Browne, Neil Sheehan, Peter Arnett, Horst Faas, John F. Kennedy, President Kennedy, New York Times, Associated Press, United Press International
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Dateline-Saigon tells a story of five journalists who, at great peril, dared to challenge a president and the conventional wisdom of the entire national security establishment. While vividly illuminating events of a half century ago, its relevance to what is happening today is remarkable. Anyone who cares about the future of journalism must see this extraordinary movie.

— Steve Engleberg, Pulitzer Prize-winning Editor-in-Chief, ProPublica