With the mockumentary genre basically dominating television comedies in the last five years (“The Office,” “Parks and Recreation,” and “Summer Heights High”) it’s easy to forget the original source of these were British television shows that followed people around their jobs for a year and let you experience life through their eyes. Now Andrew Rossi, a filmmaker who has directed such New York-centric titles as Le Cirque: A Table in Heaven, is hoping to cash in on this earlier phenomenon with a look inside The New York Times‘ media desk, The New York Observer reports.
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