EVERYTHING IS COPY

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"... exquisitely involving ..."
San Francisco Chronicle

" a moving ... portrait "
Hollywood Reporter

" A wonderfully insightful chronicle ... "
Denver Post

1:00 PM Sunday, December 25th
Center for Contemporary Arts

3:00 PM Sunday, December 25th
Center for Contemporary Arts

Written and directed by her son, Jacob Bernstein, EVERYTHING IS COPY tracks Nora Ephron’s rise from the mailroom of Newsweek to a notable stint reporting for the New York Post, where she caught the eye of influential editors like Harold Hayes, Clay Felker and Helen Gurley Brown. Marked by biting honesty and intelligent humor, her incisive writing soon began appearing regularly in Esquire, New York Magazine, the New York Times and Cosmopolitan, winning devoted fans and foes alike. No one –including her parents, her former bosses, or, most famously, her spouses –was safe in her work.