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But How’d They Get Wolf Blitzer?

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Wolf Blitzer with Mila Kunis at April’s White House Correspondents’ Dinner.(Kris Connor/Getty Images)

For the New York City premiere of a documentary:

For the first time ever, the filmmakers take the audience behind the public veil obscured by a first of its kind White House issued media blackout. Behind the press conferences and into the smoke-filled backroom corridors of power during one of the world’s greatest historical moments—the 1979 Camp David Peace Accord and Treaty between Egypt and Israel. The film features exclusive interviews and major political figures of the time, including Jimmy Carter, Henry Kissinger, Menachem Begin, Anwar El-Sadat, and Wolf Blitzer.

The film is called Back Door Channels, you comedians.

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James philadelphia says:

No Barbara Walters?

Likely a silly question since she is lovely BUT Why can’t Wolf keep his eyes from staring down her dress???

JCarpenter says:

Eyes were made to look . . . .

Jan Gildstraan says:

I saw this film at the Abu Dhabi film fest in 2010 and it is amazing. I never understood why the filmmakers opted to have its international debut in the UAE. The I chatted briefly with the director, Mr. Harry Hunkele, who up until then was a PBS producer in New York. In fact a quick google search and you see that the film’s producers, Arick Wierson and Mathew Rollin are big players in the PBS world. Glad they made time to do this important film on an even more important topic.

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