September 2006
Nieman Reports;Fall2006, Vol. 60 Issue 3, p97
The article offers information on the film and book "Fear & Fever on Ellis Island," the first to be published about the Ellis Island immigrant hospital in Ellis Island, located between New Jersey and New York. Lorie Conway is producing the film and book for Boston Film and Video Productions. A shorter version for the film will be shown at the Ellis Island Museum, while the movie will be broadcast in late fall or early 2008. The companion book will be published in October 2007 by Smithsonian Books.


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