OJ: The Trial of the Century Twenty Years Later
Do you remember where you were in 1994 when you saw O.J. Simpson fleeing down the 405? Your humble correspondent was busy getting engaged, and it kind of made me want to tag along with him. Chances are, if you weren't swimming around in some ovum or other, you know where you were, too - and not only was the Juice loosed but a new kind of reportage was born. Tonight's retrospective, "O.J.: The Trial of the Century 20 Years Later," gathers a cabal of experts relaying and replaying all the fights, hindsights and insights from one of the transformative moments in modern TV history. You'll also see a preview of Primetime Emmy - winning filmmaker Nicole Rittenmeyer's new documentary, O.J.: Trial of the Century, which focuses specifically on coverage of the Simpson murder case. Paley Center for Media, 465 N. Beverly Drive, Beverly Hills; Thurs., Jun. 12, 7 p.m.; $15, $10 members. (310) 786-1091, paleycenter.org.
Thu., June 12, 7 p.m., 2014 (Expired: 06/12/14)
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