Based on this first of four installments, “State of Play” augments that profile, at a time when sports has become such big business that it’s incumbent on the media — often grappling with conflicts by being in bed with the various leagues — to step up their games.TV Review: HBO Sports' ' State of Play: Trophy Kids' (Documentary series; HBO, Wed. 4, 9 p.m.) Production: Produced by Film 44 in collaboration with Herzog & Co. Crew: Executive producers, Peter Berg, Sarah Aubrey; co-executive producers, Rebecca Hobbs, Matthew Goldberg, Christopher G.The film replays the events of April 20, 2010 through the eyes of chief engineer technician Mike Williams (Mark Walhlberg), a Texas father who ultimately had to leap 10 stories into fiery water to escape the sinking rig." data-reactid="36" is a tense and riveting docudrama that also packs serious emotional heft.The film replays the events of April 20, 2010 through the eyes of chief engineer technician Mike Williams (Mark Walhlberg), a Texas father who ultimately had to leap 10 stories into fiery water to escape the sinking rig.a interview with the real Williams, who recalled the recalled the horror of the events leading up to the oil spill and talked about praying he would survive to return to his wife (portrayed in the film by Kate Hudson) and young daughter. Berg feels there is an unfair public perception of the workers onboard the titular oil rig — particularly the 11 men who died in the 2010 explosion in the Gulf of Mexico — which he sites as a primary reason he wanted to make the film.“People don’t understand that these guys who died were just doing their jobs.They’re picking up anyone who looks under age or anyone who they want to pick up to check for identification and because of that they are arresting about 20 people every half hour. If we had had our own water, sewage, and electricity, we would have been a separate city. PB: The Haight Ashbury is a neighborhood in San Francisco that was first brought to national attention for being the most highly racially integrated neighborhood, and it was the site in the middle 1960s of the stopping of freeway expansion.
, paints its characters as heroes despite the fact that they were at the center of the biggest oil spill — and one of the greatest ecological disasters — in U. Lone Survivor, Friday Night Lights premiered to anti-oil pipeline protestors outside the screening and then strong reviews from critics.DM: What is so special, Peter, about this Haight Ashbury area? was very advanced; freeways are being taken down in San Francisco now.—But then the stopping of a freeway was a major social protest and…from those two routes, being fertile for social protest and being highly racially integrated, the Haight Asbury became a desirable site for the same trend in population that created North Beach as a beatnik haven in the 50s.BP ultimately pleaded guilty to 11 counts of felony manslaughter and agreed to pay .7 billion in fines." data-reactid="63" could not be any more pointedly portrayed.BP ultimately pleaded guilty to 11 counts of felony manslaughter and agreed to pay .7 billion in fines.“They wouldn’t talk to us,” Berg said about correspondence with the British company. They could have got off into the lifeboats and gone.