Lionel Chetwynd is an Oscar and Emmy nominated writer and filmmaker who lives in Los Angeles.

WRITTEN BY Lionel Chetwynd
When I first encountered Charles in the winter of 1967, he was already a local legend.
They comically walked themselves through the looking glass.
They don’t all do it, and the guilty should meet justice.
The pope's good intentions about the PA do not translate to good policy.
One by one, the great Western institutions have fallen to the infection of the left. Have they now captured the Church of Rome?
Pace Ben Smith of Politico, why the proposed Kathryn Bigelow-Mark Boal motion picture on the capture of Bin Laden is a quiet outrage.