Media and Democracy Days: three documentaries on Friday evening to stimulate debate

Friday night at Media Democracy Days 2014, a stimulating line-up of films will be screened, including Vancouver Observer - Tar Sands Reporting Project's TarNation, Richochet's interview with Glenn Greenwald, and the documentary, Preemptying Dissent.

The films will be followed be a panel discussion.  Here is the schedule of this exciting evening. 

November 7, 2014 | Segal Rooms, SFU Harbour Centre

EVENT SCHEDULE

6:30 PM - Doors open

7 PM - Welcome and acknowledgement (MC: Prof. Stuart Poyntz)

7:20 PM - Screening of video interview with Glenn Greenwald (Presented by Jahanzeb Hussain

of Ricochet Media)

7:45 PM – Screening of TarNation (Presented by Linda Solomon of the Vancouver Observer)

8 PM - Film screening of Preempting Dissent documentary

8:45 PM - Panel discussion (Moderated by Enda Brophy)

• Greg Elmer and Andy Opel (Film directors)

• Gareth Kirkby (researcher of the “charitable chill” from CRA audits)

9:25 PM - Q&A

9:50 PM - Announcements and wrap-up

10 PM – We’re out of there!

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