Author Gregory Frame speaking at the Cheltenham Literature Festival
Gregory Frame, author of The American President in Film and Television, will be speaking about his research at the Cheltenham Literature Festival on Saturday 8 October:
From The West Wing to Independence Day, fictional US presidents are everywhere on screen. Do they have any actual bearing on our understanding of the presidency, or the United States as a nation? Film critic and Heat Magazine’s TV and Review Editor Boyd Hilton and Lecturer in Film Studies Gregory Frame (The American President in Film and Television) look at entertainment from the early 1990s to the present day, exploring the many guises of America’s leader. Chaired by Rory Bremner.
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