1. The American Way of War - New Book by Eugene Jarecki

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    Purchase at http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/1416544569/youtubbootra-20 THE AMERICAN WAY OF WAR: Guided Missiles, Misguided Men, and a Republic in Peril. A new book by Eugene Jarecki. Published by Free Press/Simon&Schuster, October 14, 2008.

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    • Eugene Jarecki on the Power of Storytelling

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      The director of "The House I Live In" speaks to Ford Foundation at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival on his latest work.

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      • BYOD Retrospective with “Why We Fight,” & “The House I Live In,” Director Eugene Jarecki (pt.2)

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        EPISODE SYNOPSIS: “The House I Live In,” Director Eugene Jarecki joins BYOD to rage against the machine and discuss the drug war and military industrial complex. Our talk goes to “Why We Fight,” and the divisive system that has been the through line of his work, along with the willingness to be honest and humanizing with any subject. From the prison system, to political shell games and imperialism, Eugene doesn’t shy from being a truth speaker. GUEST BIO: Eugene Jarecki studied English with a focus on stage directing and political drama at Princeton University. While there, he did also took part time film classes at NYU. After graduating with a BA, he worked for several years in stage. His first short film, Season of the Lifterbees, debuted in 1992 at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2000, Jarecki wrote and directed his first dramatic film, The Opponent, about a woman in an abusive relationship who takes up boxing. After screening at a handful of film festivals, the film was released on DVD. The same year he directed the TV documentary, Quest of the Carib Canoe, which first aired on the BBC. Jarecki first gained recognition in the industry with his inflammatory documentary The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002), which received a limited U.S. release. It went on to win the Amnesty International Award at the Amsterdam Documentary Film Festival. His next film, Why We Fight (2006), won the Seeds of War Award at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and the Documentary Grand Jury Prize from the Sundance Film Festival. His current project is an examination of the war on drugs, The House I Live In. ADD’L LINKS: https://twitter.com/DrugWarMovie https://www.facebook.com/DrugWarMovie http://www.thehouseilivein.org/

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        • WL POLLYWOOD TV: SilverDocs Opening Night

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          SilverDocs opened its week long film festival with the D.C. premiere of "Freakonomics," based on the novel by Steven Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner. The film was directed by what SilverDocs calls a "dream team" of directors, including Alex Gibney, Morgan Spurlock, Rachel Grady, Heidi Ewing, Eugene Jarecki and Seth Gordon. The screening of the film was followed by a Q&A with the directors, and an after-party at the AV Club.

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          • Move Your Money Campaign Grows to Divest From Big Banks & Support Local Banks, Credit Unions

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            www.democracynow.org -As participants in the Occupy Wall Street movement continue protesting the record profits made by banks bailed out by taxpayer money, a group of grassroots activists are hitting America’s largest banks — including JP Morgan Chase, Bank of America and Wells Fargo — where it hurts most: The wallet. Dubbing this Saturday, Nov. 5 as "Bank Transfer Day," activists are urging people to move their money out of the banks deemed “to big to fail” in to local community banks and credit unions. Bank Transfer Day draws on an idea popularized by filmmaker Eugene Jarecki, economist Rob Johnson and columnist Arianna Huffington, among others. In 2010, they created the short film called, “Move Your Money,” which became a viral sensation. Democracy Now! speaks with filmmaker Eugene Jarecki. For the complete transcript, podcast, and for additional information about the Democracy Now! news hour, visit http://www.democracynow.org/ FOLLOW DEMOCRACY NOW! ONLINE: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/democracynow Twitter: @democracynow Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/democracynow Daily Email News Digest: http://www.democracynow.org/subscribe Please consider supporting independent media by making a donation to Democracy Now! today, visit http://www.democracynow.org/donate/YT

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            • Reagan - Trailer

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              find us and like us on facebook facebook.com/roco REAGAN A Feature Documentary Film by Eugene Jarecki Distributed by ro*co films educational (www.rocoeducational.com/film.php?filmID=RGN) REAGAN follows the 40th president’s rise from small-town lifeguard to revered architect of the modern world. A definitive and penetrating look at both the man and the myth, the film investigates how Reagan’s homespun political vision fueled a seismic career, one whose reverberations still shape American life.

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              • Sundance Film Festival - Interviews Part 2

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                Coverage of Sundance 2012, featuring interviews with Paul Dano, Kirby Dick, Melissa Leo, Chris Crocker, Benh Zeitlin, Eugene Jarecki, Luke Skywalker and more. Video and interviews by Nicolas Jenkins.

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                • Sundance 2012 - Interviews Part 2

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                  Coverage of Sundance 2012, featuring interviews with Paul Dano, Chris Crocker, Luke Skywalker, Kirby Dick, Melissa Leo and more. Video and interviews by Nicolas Jenkins.

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                  • BYOD Retrospective with “Why We Fight,” & “The House I Live In,” Director Eugene Jarecki (pt.1)

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                    EPISODE SYNOPSIS: “The House I Live In,” Director Eugene Jarecki joins BYOD to rage against the machine and discuss the drug war and military industrial complex. Our talk goes to “Why We Fight,” and the divisive system that has been the through line of his work, along with the willingness to be honest and humanizing with any subject. From the prison system, to political shell games and imperialism, Eugene doesn’t shy from being a truth speaker. GUEST BIO: Eugene Jarecki studied English with a focus on stage directing and political drama at Princeton University. While there, he did also took part time film classes at NYU. After graduating with a BA, he worked for several years in stage. His first short film, Season of the Lifterbees, debuted in 1992 at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2000, Jarecki wrote and directed his first dramatic film, The Opponent, about a woman in an abusive relationship who takes up boxing. After screening at a handful of film festivals, the film was released on DVD. The same year he directed the TV documentary, Quest of the Carib Canoe, which first aired on the BBC. Jarecki first gained recognition in the industry with his inflammatory documentary The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002), which received a limited U.S. release. It went on to win the Amnesty International Award at the Amsterdam Documentary Film Festival. His next film, Why We Fight (2006), won the Seeds of War Award at the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival and the Documentary Grand Jury Prize from the Sundance Film Festival. His current project is an examination of the war on drugs, The House I Live In. ADD’L LINKS: https://twitter.com/DrugWarMovie https://www.facebook.com/DrugWarMovie http://www.thehouseilivein.org/

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