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Nancy Wolfe, 27-year-old producer of upcoming feature-length documentary “Fit To Print” about the U.S. newspaper industry, has been a lover of film and journalism from a young age, writing from the age of 8 and producing her first short film at 16. She attended the The New School in New York City, where she produced her first small documentary about YouTube culture in a changing user-generated era. Once graduated, Nancy worked on various films in production and post-production, including “Loveless” in 2011. She also pursued a career in journalism on both the editorial and publishing side. She began working on “Fit To Print” in 2010 and believes it is the true marriage of her interests and career goals. “Fit to Print” is a documentary film that takes the viewer on a behind-the-scenes journey through the current upheaval in the U.S. newspaper industry and the decline in funding for investigative reporting. The film includes interviews from reporters, staff members, and media experts within several major U.S. newspapers, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, among others. Also interviewed were modern philosophers, including Noam Chomsky. More information about the film and release updates in late fall can be found on Facebook  and Twitter, with a trailer on Vimeo.

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