Fine account of the life of Christ, with narration by Orson Welles. This re-make of Cecil B. DeMille's silent epic is noteable for its often magnificent beauty and an intelligent and emotionally effective simplicity.
Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas made a shocking revelation to fight for the passage of the DREAM act-- he's an illegal immigrant.
The Hufffington Post, the Web's most influential blog, is launching a technology section today edited by Jose Antonio Vargas, former Washington Post reporter. Signed-up to blog are a number technology innovators and wonks including FCC chairman Julius Genachowski who will write about net neutrality, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales and others. Jose says in this interview that 'technology is anthropology' and the site will address how technology is used.
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas reflects on his experience living as an undocumented immigrant for 15 years and how it feels when people like Lou Dobbs use the term "illegal." It can be damaging and demeaning.
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The powerful and critically-acclaimed story of Jesus told in a strikingly beautiful visual style. Stars Oscar-nominees and Emmy-winner Rip Torn (TV's "The Larry Sanders Show") as Judas and Robert Ryan ("Bad Day at Black Rock," "Crossfire," "The Wild Bunch") as John the Baptist with Jeffrey Hunter ("A Kiss Before Dying") as Christ. Directed by Oscar-nominee Nicholas Ray ("Rebel Without a Cause," "In a Lonely Place"). Narrated by Orson Welles ("Citizen Kane"). "...grandly filmed...deeply moving" - Leonard Maltin.
The powerful story of Jesus told in a strikingly beautiful visual style. Stars Rip Torn as Judas and Robert Ryan as John the Baptist with Jeffrey Hunter as Christ.
The powerful and critically-acclaimed story of Jesus told in a strikingly beautiful visual style. Stars Oscar-nominees and Rip Torn as Judas and Robert Ryan as John the Baptist with Jeffrey Hunter as Christ.
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