Media Arts Program

Friday, October 15, 2004

Co-sponsored/co-presented by:
Squeaky Wheel, the Central New York Programmers Group and The Experimental Television Center.


Presented at:
Squeaky Wheel

Friday, October 15 at 8 p.m. at Squeaky Wheel
DeeDee Halleck presents selections
from Deep Dish TV’s SHOCKING AND AWFUL series
$6 general, $5 Hallwalls and Squeaky Wheel members

Co-sponsored by Hallwalls, Squeaky Wheel, the Experimental Television Center, and the Central New York Programmers Group. This event is being held in conjunction with Squeaky Wheel’s Visions & Decisions Festival.

Award winning filmmaker, media activist, and founding member of Paper Tiger Television and Deep Dish TV, DeeDee Halleck will present three programs from the SHOCKING AND AWFUL series. These programs are part of a 13 week series produced by Deep Dish Television, a non-profit, founded in 1986, which produces alternative programming for community access channels and activist organizations in the US and around the world.

Tonight’s screening will include THE WORLD SAYS NO TO WAR, which documents the massive protests of tens of millions of people throughout the world in opposition to the U.S. invasion of Iraq; ERASING MEMORY, which describes the cultural destruction of Iraq during the war and occupation by the US in the past two years; THE ART OF RESISTANCE, which presents the growing impact of artists and cultural performances that have invigorated and enlivened resistance to America’s imperial war on Iraq; as well as footage of resistance to this year’s Republican National Convention.

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