How’s Your News? On the Campaign Trail
Directed by Arthur Bradford
27 MIN / DOCUMENTARY / 2005 / USA
The world famous “How’s Your News?” crew are at it again with their insightful and, often times, hilarious coverage of the 2004 Presidential campaign.
A team of six reporters with mental and physical disabilities attends both the Democratic and Republican conventions during the 2004 presidential campaign. They conduct refreshingly candid, unscripted, and often funny interviews with attendees such as Hilary Clinton, John McCain, Howard Dean, Ben Affleck, Peter Jennings, Andre 3000 and many more.
“The highlight of tonight’s election programming.” – The New York Times
Director, Arthur Bradford, is the co-director of Camp Jabberwocky, the nation’s longest running sleepover camp for people with disabilities. He has taught a video class there for 15 summers. In 2002, he directed a feature length documentary episode of How’s Your News? in which the team traveled across America conducting interviews. It was broadcast on HBO, PBS, and Channel Four England. Bradford is also the author of the book “Dogwalker” which was published by Knopf in 2001.