Ted Hope is an American independent film producer based in New York City. He is best known for co-founding the production/sales company Good Machine, where he produced the first films of such notable filmmakers as Ang Lee, Nicole Holofcener, Todd Field, Michel Gondry, Moisés Kaufman, and Shari Springer Berman and Robert Pulcini, among others.
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One of my favorite writers on the fascist right in Europe: Alice Kaplan. Her book on Brasillach is a model of humanistic intelligence and patient lucidity. (Likewise, Yehuda Bauer.) – source
Ted HopeJan 10, 2021
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