Wayne Ewing documents Hunter S. Thompson on video with Breakfast with Hunter
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Juan Thompson and the Aspen Institute hosted a symposium on July 21, 2007 on the work of the late writer Hunter S. Thompson who created his own genre of writing with Gonzo Journalism and changed American political reporting forever with his book Fear and Loathing: On the Campaign Trail '72.

Thirty-five years later journalists Carl Bernstein, Michael Isikoff of Newsweek, Loren Jenkins of NPR, John Nichols of The Nation and others came together in a symposium moderated by Professor Douglas Brinkley to discuss the effect of Hunter's work on political reporting and American politics.

The hour and half event is exclusively available here at www.HunterThompsonFilms.com in nineteen clips of free, streaming video produced by Wayne Ewing.


Clip 1: Juan Thompson (5:03)

Clip 2: Carl Bernstein #1 (8:44)

Clip 3: Loren Jenkins # 1 (5:33)

Clip 4: Michael Isikoff #1 (4:32)

Clip 5: Curtis Robinson # 1 (2:53)

Clip 6: Audrey Sprenger #1 (3:45)

Clip 7: John Nichols # 1 (4:47)

Clip 8: Dr. Ed Bastian # 1 (5:09)

Clip 9: Anna Deveare Smith
#1 (6:33)

Clip 10: Gerry Goldstein # 1 (4:53)

Clip 11: Carl Bernstein #2 (3:53)

Clip 12: Michael Isikoff #2 (3:30)

Clip 13: Loren Jenkins # 2 (5:33)

Clip 14: Curtis Robinson #2 (1:48)

Clip 15: Ed Bastian #2 (3:23)

Clip 16: Doug Brinkley, Gerry
Goldstein, Loren Jenkins (4:32)

Clip 17: John Nichols #2 (4:52)

Clip 18: Audrey Sprenger #2 (3:00)

Clip 19: Anna Deveare
Smith #2 (7:13)