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April 14, 2010  Filmmakers Workshop

April 14, 2010
Filmmakers Workshop

Rough Cut Screening of The Ghost Army by Rick Beyer.

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American Spring: new media. new democracy?

American Spring: new media. new democracy?

American Spring explores what democracy looks like in the 21st century as new media changes the power dynamic between citizens, the media, and politicians.

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Citizens Not Subjects!

Citizens Not Subjects!

For 40 years, the city of Memphis was held in the grip of the less than benevolent despot Edward Hull Crump. Beneath the well kept streets of the City of Good Abode lay the seamier side of bought votes and swift retaliation against anyone who questioned the status quo.

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The Field

The Field

The story of a few of the many people affected by development of the Abraham Lincoln National Airport outside of Chicago, Illinois and how the issues surrounding this airport are many of the issues confronting America as a whole.

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The Ghost Army

The Ghost Army

THE GHOST ARMY PREMIERES ON TUESDAY, MAY 21, 2013 AT 8:00 PM ET ON PBS

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Green Shall Overcome

Green Shall Overcome

Green Shall Overcome is a feature length documentary about Van Jones and the clean energy movement. Our film takes an in-depth look at Jones’ life and his efforts to build a green economy strong enough to lift people out of poverty.

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Nations of Peace

Nations of Peace

Leading politicians and peace experts from the world’s 5 most peaceful countries define and stress the necessity for ‘positive peace’ in creating healthy, wealthy societies.

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Who Wants You?  National Service and Democracy

Who Wants You?
National Service and Democracy

A PBS special and public engagement project examines our citizen obligation to serve – both as civilians and in the military. It probes the philosophical and historic underpinnings of the idea of service; how the government has, can and might be involved; how national service has played out historically and in the present in other democracies. We will see portraits of service today – from Americorps to the military.

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