Tuesday, August 16, 2005


This looks very interesting. I am a big fan of the more corporate Frontline. It is very crisp and straight documentary. There was a great one on mental health and how cutting out mental health facilities are clogging up police stations, prisons and the streets with crazy people. I often like to watch these kind of movies in the theater, although a few that came out this past year were a bit much and not as good as Frontline. But there were some really interesting ones. And those are the ones to watch for.

These looked interesting:

The Committee Against US Empire (CAU$E), Two Rivers Greens and Veterans for Peace have created a new monthly "film" series at the Carpenter Branch Library. Here's the first program:

Progressive Films

"The OIL Factor"
Behind the War on Terror
Narrated by Ed Asner

Filled with solid fact and figures, original footage shot in Iraq and Afghanistan as well as interviews with Noam Chomsky, "Taliban" author Ahmad Rashid, Zbigniew Brzezinski, and the Pentagon's own Karen Kwiatkowski.
St. Louis Public Library

Carpenter Branch Library
3309 S. Grand Ave.
Saturday September, 10th
2:00 PM

More Information:
Call (314) 892-2006 or go to www.progressivefilms.blogspot.com


Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have the small eyes of a rabbit.

12:48 PM  

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