‘The Way I See It’: Similarities and differences in how Pete Souza photographed Reagan and Obama

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President Barack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden talk with senior staff following a bilateral meeting with Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany in the Oval Office. Photo by Pete Souza

Critics review “Antebellum,” about a successful author who must confront her past, present and future; “Alone,” about a young woman traveling alone and she notices a man following her; “The Way I See It,” a documentary about Pete Souza and his job as Chief Official White House Photographer for Ronald Reagan and Barack Obama; “The Devil All the Time,” about a young man in a corrupt and violent post-war town. 

Credits

Guests:
William Bibbiani - film critic and co-host of the podcast “Canceled Too Soon” and “Critically Acclaimed” - @williambibbiani, Shawn Edwards - award-winning film critic for FOX-TV in Kansas City, co-founder of the African American Film Critics Association

Host:
Madeleine Brand

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney, Michell Eloy, Amy Ta, Rosalie Atkinson, Brian Hardzinski, Caleigh Wells, Angie Perrin