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Default 05/14/2008 Grit TV: Laura Flanders Launches New TV Show
Long time Deep Dish TV colleague Laura Flanders has launched a new show on<a href="http://www.freespeech.org"> Free Speech</a> TV (Dish Network Channel 9415) and on <a href="http://grittv.blip.tv/file/903930/">Blip TV</a>; Monday - Thursday 8pm (Eastern). <p>
Default 05/03/2008 ISRAELIS DENY OFFICIAL CANNES FESTIVAL FILMMAKER ENTRY TO PALESTINE
Palestinian filmmaker Annemarie Jacir has been denied entry to Palestine at the Jordanian border.
Default 04/30/2008 The Last Graduation Screening in Poughkeepsie May 7
This event is part of a student installation project. Polina Novozhenets and Juliana Valente have organized this evening to encourage students to be part of the Vassar Prison Education program.
Default 04/17/2008 Expression = Life Video Screening and Panel
TONIGHT!!<br> April 18th - 7:00pm<br> Cantor Film Center NYU<br> ACT UP, Video and the AIDS Crisis.<br> Free and Open to All.
Default 04/15/2008 NY Screening: 500 Miles To Babylon
Iraq Under U.S. Occupation<br> Film by DDTV Producer David Martinez Thurs. 4/17
Default 04/14/2008 Caught Between Two Worlds
Screening DDTV Producers' Film<br> April 16, 2008 6:30 PM<br> Cantor Film Center NYU<br> 36 East 8th Street NYC<br>
Default 04/03/2008 What Rev. Jeramiah Wright Really Said
God Damn America and Chickens Coming Home to Roost?
Default 03/19/2008 Winter Soldier: IVAW Vets Denounce Occupations
Iraq-Afghanistan Vets' Testimonies Heard Across the World
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