The people’s pictures

The Guardian, 2002 It became New York's family album, a public scrapbook, a repository for pictures about September 11, in itself perhaps the most photographed event in American history. The pictures were hung in a small shop in downtown Manhattan, pictures taken on 9/11 and in the aftermath, at Ground Zero, from rooftops, bridges, …[Read more]

Matthew Broderick: The never-ending story

June 3, 2005, The Guardian It's gone from screen to stage and now back again - and each time the stakes are raised for The Producers. Reggie Nadelson visits the set of the new film and witnesses the renaissance of the old-style movie musical It is dusk in Central Park on a May evening, and the sun is just disappearing over the trees and …[Read more]