San Francisco Bay Area Screening and Panel Discussion – June 20 & 22

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Attend a theatrical screening of Shadows of Liberty Thursday, June 20, 2013, at 7pm at the California Theater in Berkeley. Following the film, join a conversation with filmmaker Jean-Philippe Tremblay, Norman Solomon, Pratap Chatterjee, and special guest Daniel Ellsberg, moderated by Mickey Huff, Director of Project Censored.

Tickets are $15, or $35 for the post-screening reception at Berkeley’s historic KPFA Free Speech Radio at 1929 MLK, Jr. Way, with filmmaker Jean-Philippe Tremblay and special guests. Click to purchase tickets now!

An encore screening will be held at the Netroots Nation Conference Saturday, June 22, 2013, at 6pm at the San Jose Convention Center, followed by a filmmaker Q&A. Screening free for conference participants, $15 for all others at the door. All proceeds from both screenings benefit Project Censored/Media Freedom Foundation/KPFA Community Radio.

 

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Highlights: Shadows of Liberty Panel Discussion Hosted by Amy Goodman

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Shadows of Liberty Live Q&A

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