Celebrate To Kill A Mockingbird
Reading “To Kill a Mockingbird” is something millions of us have in common. Filmmaker and author Mary McDonagh Murphy explores the novel’s enduring power and popularity in interviews with Tom Brokaw, Wally Lamb, James Pattterson, Anna Quindlen, Oprah Winfrey and others. With rare cooperation from Harper Lee’s family and friends, and never-before-seen documents and photos, Murphy tells the story behind a novel that became an American classic.
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Mary Murphy is an independent film and television writer/producer whose current projects include a documentary about the novel To Kill a Mockingbird. She has recently produced Cry for Help, a PBS program on mental illness in adolescents which aired nationally on April 29, 2009. She is also the producer of Digital Days, narrated by Tom Brokaw: an examination of the Internet’s impact on the newspaper industry (for the Associated Press).
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Interview with Mary Murphy on “Hey Boo: Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird”
Mary McDonagh Murphy talked about the impact of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, published 50 years ago that month (July 1960). In her book, Scout, Atticus & Boo, Ms. Murphy included reflections on Lee’s novel from Oprah Winfrey, Tom Brokaw, Anna Quindlen, Andrew Young, Scott Turow, and others. During this event, part of the [...]April 2nd, 10 pm PBS
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