Media Arts Program
 


Thursday, October 14, 2004

VISIONS AND DECISIONS VIDEO FESTIVAL

Presented at:
Market Arcade Film and Art Center



NEW DOCUMENTARY FILM SERIES
at MAFAC
639 Main St.

Thursday, October 14, one screening only at 8 pm
HIJACKING CATASTROPHE:
9/11, FEAR AND THE SELLING OF AMERICAN EMPIRE

(2004, 34 min., USA)
by Jeremy Earp & Sut Jhally

followed by
BUSH’S BRAIN (2004, 80 min., USA)
by Joseph Mealey and Michael Shoob
Introduced by Mike Niman, Assistant Professor of Communication, Buffalo State College
This screening is also part of the Visions and Decisions Festival.

Tonight’s dual screening begins with a 34 minute version of the film HIJACKING CATASTROPHE, a political documentary distributed by the Media Education Foundation that examines how a radical fringe of the Republican Party has used the trauma of the 9/11 terror attacks to advance a pre-existing agenda to radically transform American foreign policy while rolling back civil liberties and social programs at home.

The feature presentation, BUSH’S BRAIN, introduces the country to Karl Rove, the most powerful political figure America has had but known so little about, the Wizard of Oz behind the curtain of today’s Presidential politics. He is a man who has almost single-handedly shaped the policies of our nation: a brilliant tactician, ruthless opponent, savvy policy maker, and one of the greatest political minds in the history of the Republic. The film is based on the best-selling book BUSH’S BRAIN (Wiley, 2003) by journalists James Moore and Wayne Slater.

 
 
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Tony Conrad @ Hallwalls


Culled from nearly 40 years of Hallwalls' still and video archives (1977–2014), this exhibition will serve as a prelude to Introducing Tony Conrad, the upcoming retrospective at the UB Art Gallery and Albright Knox Art Gallery, by showcasing a selection of performances and still imagery documenting Conrad's decades-long association with Hallwalls.