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by Chris D.
Monday, Jan. 19, 2004 at 6:08 AM
Filmmaker Robert Greenwald says that he will allow his movie "Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War" to be copied by the general public.
At a recent screeening in Santa Monica of the documentary "Uncovered: The Whole Truth About the Iraq War" , the film's producer Robert Greenwald discussed his film in which various insiders from the CIA and State Department are interviewed - each criticizing or expressing doubts about the reasons Bush and Powell gave for invading Iraq. The Democratic presidential campaigns have been showing this movie at some of their events. Greenwald said that he is allowing his movie to be copied by the general public so feel free to buy a copy and then make you own copies. You can buy and learn more about the movie at http://www.truthuncovered.com. This website sells DVD's and VHS tapes online and by mail. $14.95 per DVD. According to a post on a Howard Dean website, you can "order quantity and get a price break... I ordered 18 DVD's to give as gifts. It normally sells for $17.50 and the quantity price given to me was $11.00. Send your check to: Carolina Productions, Box 988, Culver City, CA 90232 attn: Devin Smith."
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Read an interview with Greenwald about his film at http://www.buzzflash.com/interviews/03/11/int03031.html
Learn more about how to make CD’s and DVD’s at http://www.burnworld.com/
Read reviews for CD/DVD copying hardware at http://reviews.cnet.com/4500-5_7-0.html?tag=pdtl-list&qt=burner&sort=asc&orderby=-7eRating
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