Alternative and Independent Video

NR Directed by Various.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Tue., Sept. 3, 2002

The program includes the monthly installment from the global IndyMedia network, "IndyMedia's August NewsReal" (30 min.), and the shorts "La Bisagra de la Historia" (14 min.) with footage from the Argentinian Uprising in January 2002; "All My Heroes Still Wear Masks" (12 min.), about the Animal Liberation Front and the Stop Huntingdon Animal Cruelty campaign; and "Colombia: The Next Vietnam" (41 min.) about the Witness for Peace delegation to Colombia in 2001.

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