Sunday 14th November

Time Film Description  
12.00 — 13.30 XXI Century: Film 6 'blood and oil' (60mins) With intro and Q&A session with the directors. The cost of war on the civilian population of Iraq and the Iraqi economy. What was the price? And who paid it? UN and the International Criminal Court. Weapons of mass destruction and the inspections. Oil, US military bases in the Middle East and the doubts of part of the American Establishment. What’s the connection between Iraq and Venezuela? Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, former UN weapons inspector Scott Ritter, Gore Vidal, Noam Chomsky and Howard Zinn. Finally the historian Arno J. Mayer opens new horizons and talks about a missing link.
13.30 — 15.00 XXI Century: Film 7 'Pax Americana' (60mins) With intro and Q&A session with the directors. The last part of “XXI CENTURY” looks at the problem from a new angle. Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch, historians and international scholars will deconstruct the arguments relative to human rights and bringing democracy to Iraq that were brought by the Bush Administration as the main reasons to go to war. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict; the connections between the Bush Administration and the Sharon Government; the geopolitical scenario after the war in Afghanistan and Iraq. The Israeli filmmaker Udi Aloni will add his passionate point of view. Who’s who in the Bush Administration and beyond and propose an interesting point of view on the “Old Europe business.” Howard Zinn, Gore Vidal, Noam Chomsky, and Arno Mayer will try to see and foresee the century that has just – and so tragically – started. The XXI Century has begun.
15.30 — 16.00 Price of Tea A film made by two Sheffield Indymedia folk on their travels through Sri Lanka highlighting the working conditions and pay of tea workers. We hope to have the film makers there.
16.00 — 16.30 Shorts A collection of entertaining short films on various topics (OK, we ain't decided yet)
16.30 — 17.45 We Interrupt this Empire (68 mins) "We Interrupt This Empire..." is a collaborative work by many of the Bay Area's independent video activists which documents the direct actions that shut down the financial district of San Francisco in the weeks following the United States' invasion of Iraq. With the audio backdrop including the live broadcasts of SF Indymedia's Enemy Combatant Radio and the SFPD's tactical communications that were picked up by police scanners, the documentary takes a look at the diverse show of resistance from the streets of San Francisco as well as providing a critique of the coporate media coverage of the war and exploring such issues as the Military Industrial Complex, attacks on civil liberties, and the United States' current imperialist drive.
"This is a clear picture of what's left of an American conscience in the midst of this national horror-show--this is the best damn doc I've seen on the local face of what might have been the largest anti-war movement in world history. " – Craig Baldwin of Other Cinema
18.00 — ???? Shorts and various

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-- SteveAntiwar - 02 Nov 2004
Topic revision: r3 - 02 Nov 2005, AlsteR
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