World soundtrack awards
Where's My Roy Cohn?
Archived: Where's My Roy Cohn? (2019)

director: Matt Tyrnauer

composer: Lorne Balfe
With: Roy M. Cohn, Roger Stone, Barbara Walters, a.o.

Archived
duration: 97 minutes
Documentary

Official Selection - Global Cinema

Roy Cohn was known as a crook and a creep long before he wormed his way into the White House as Donald Trump's personal lawyer. He's long had the reputation of being a coldhearted and ruthless criminal, an embodiment of the corrupt and criminal corners of the American legal and political system. Matt Tyrnauer paints a picture of Cohn as master manipulator and a modern Machiavelli, who made personal and professional leaps by condemning Ethel and Julius Rosenberg to the electric chair. Later, Cohn worked as Joseph McCarthy's right-hand man, assisting him in his hunt on communists and gays.

Credits

director: Matt Tyrnauer
composer: Lorne Balfe
producer: Matt Tyrnauer, Marie Brenner, Joyce Deep, Andrea Lewis, Corey Reeser
screenplay: Matt Tyrnauer
Editor: Andrea Lewis, Tom Maroney

production company: Altimeter Films

More info

dialogue: English
subtitles: no subt
country: United States of America
year: 2019

Filmography

MATT TYRNAUER: Valentino: The Last Emperor (2008), Made in Milan (2015, short), Citizen Jane: Battle for the City (2016), Jean Nouvel: Reflections (2016, short), Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood (2017), Studio 54 (2018), Where's My Roy Cohn? (2019).

Technical Specs

format: DCP

Other festival films by director Matt Tyrnauer

2018:Studio 54
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