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Greg Palast just added to the Green Reel this weekend!

by webmaster@greenreel.org Wednesday, Sep. 11, 2002 at 4:13 PM
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This just added: Saturday at 10:30pm - Greg Palast Special Reports for "Newsnight" - Straight from the unfettered broadcasts of the BBC: four powerful segments from "Newsnight" reporter Greg Palast are presented. The theft of the 2000 Presidential election, the malfeasance of criminal corporate political donors, the Bush/Bin Laden connection and the U.S. backed coup d'etat of the Venezuelan government are the subjects taken on in these potent indictments of American hegemony.

Only 4 Days Until the Festival!!

Come enjoy an entire weekend of progressive filmmaking from around the world on Saturday September 14 and Sunday September 15 noon til 11:30pm both days! Festival also includes a tabling area as well as vegan food and treats. Come early!

This just added: Saturday at 10:30pm - Greg Palast Special Reports for "Newsnight" - Straight from the unfettered broadcasts of the BBC: four powerful segments from "Newsnight" reporter Greg Palast are presented. The theft of the 2000 Presidential election, the malfeasance of criminal corporate political donors, the Bush/Bin Laden connection and the U.S. backed coup d'etat of the Venezuelan government are the subjects taken on in these potent indictments of American hegemony.

Greg Palast's Special Reports for "Newsnight"
BBC Reporter, Greg Palast (r), asks the Director of the Florida Division of Elections, Clayton Roberts, why legitimate voters were purged from the rolls. [click here for more]

 

Saturday's 6pm "hip-hop themed" program features "Whuzzup" - a Dutch video collective, led by filmmaker Anna Spohr, which has given media access to young people in the South Bronx area in order to explore and explain their lives. By turns harrowing and inspiring, the results are brilliantly hard little gems of self-expression. [click here for more details]
Saturday September 14th's 12pm program features "Sweat Equity" - The history of community gardens in the Los Angeles area and the programs that create and continue these urban oases are the focus of this film. [click here for more details]
Saturday at 8pm - "Lumumba"
The powerful true story of the first Prime Minister of the newly independent Congolese nation, assassinated with the help of the CIA in 1961.[click here for more details]

For detailed information visit:
www.GreenReel.org
Sunday at 8pm - Hidden Wars of Desert Storm
A major high point of last year's Green Reel returns and is even more relevant now. The back-story of the United States' involvement in the Middle East and how it has developed into the current morass is a brilliantly realized and highly informative documentary. John Hurt narrates. [click here for more details]

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