|Directed by||Eugene Jarecki|
|Written by||Eugene Jarecki|
|Based on||life of US President Ronald Reagan|
|Music by||Robert Miller|
|Edited by||Simon Barker|
Charlotte Street Films
|Distributed by||HBO (USA) BBC (UK, on BBC4)|
|23 January 2011|
Reagan is a 2011 American documentary film, written and directed by Eugene Jarecki, covering the life and presidency of Ronald Reagan. The documentary was aired as part of the centennial anniversary of Reagan's birth, and screened at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival. The film includes interviews with and commentary by several people who worked in Reagan's White House.
It was reviewed favorably by New York Times columnist Bob Herbert, who wrote, "Mr. Jarecki’s documentary does a first-rate job of respectfully separating the real from the mythical, the significant from the nonsense."
- Bradshaw, Peter (9 February 2011). "The strange screen life of Ronald Reagan". The Guardian film blog. The Guardian. Retrieved 12 September 2018.
- "Sundance Film Festival 2011: Reagan". Sundance Film Festival. 2011. Archived from the original on 2010-12-24.
- Renninger, Bryce J. (24 January 2011). "Sundance 2011 | Ten Things You Forgot (Or Never Knew) About Ronald Reagan". IndieWire.
- Herbert, Bob (14 February 2011). "Opinion | Reagan and Reality". New York Times. p. A29.
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