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Report from Iraq at FAF

Date:
Thursday, June 17, 2004
Time:
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Event Type:
Panel Discussion
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Location Details:
Film Arts Foundation
145 9th St., Suite #101
SF, CA 94103

FILM ARTS FOUNDATION PRESENTS
An Evening with David Martinez and Pratap Chatterjee
Thursday, June 17, 7-10 pm
FILM ARTS FOUNDATION, 145 9th St., Suite #101, SF, CA 94103,
http://www.filmarts.org, (415) 552-8760

Report from Iraq: A Different Perspective. What You Won¹t See in the Corporate Media David Martinez and Pratap Chatterjee recently returned from Iraq where they were working with the Oakland-based group CorpWatch
on a documentary about war profiteering. They will discuss the complexities of shooting under dangerous circumstances in a war-torn country, as well as dealing with officials and traveling with equipment and footage intact.

Pratap Chatterjee, of Corpwatch, is an award winning investigative journalist and producer. David Martinez is a filmmaker, writer, and a print and video journalist.
$5/Filmmaker-level members. Sliding scale.

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT Natalija Vekic at (415) 552-8760 x311
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