If the bundles of print newspapers and dusty stacks of paper documents in The Post tingle your sense of nostalgia, they belie the timeliness of Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-nominated account of the courageous Washington Post publisher and her intrepid journalists, who put everything on the line to expose a massive U.S. government cover-up. With the term “fake news” now a part of the cultural vernacular, it’s impossible to ignore the importance of cultivating a shared commitment to the truth, and every headline serves as a reminder that quality reporting is something to be cherished. From All the President’s Men and The Last Sentence to Our Nixon and The After Party, let these portrayals of journalists at work remind you that, while print may be on its way out, the integrity of great journalism will always remain an enduring- and essential- narrative.