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  2. Shot on 5D by Steve Glashier
    Edit and Grade - Joseph Rodrigues Marsh

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  3. MUSIC:
    Moderat / Versions from [ II ] album (2013)


    [Publishing, Monkeytown Records (MTR035P)]
    [Production, Germany]
    [Location/Origin, Germany\Berlin/European Union]

    Moon (2009)
    Director: Duncan Jones
    Writers: Duncan Jones (story), Nathan Parker
    Stars: Sam Rockwell, Kevin Spacey, Dominique McElligott

    250,000 miles from home, the hardest thing to face...is yourself

    In the fight, Sam says the words: "I'm a lover, not a fighter", a reference to Michael Jackson & Paul McCartney's song "The Girl Is Mine".
    Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives --

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  4. Photography: Mathieu Péteul & César Ducasse
    Location: Cevennes, France
    Camera: Leicina Special
    Film: Kodak Ektachrome 64T
    Scan: Pro8mm, Los Angeles
    Year of production: 2008

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  5. Here, Matt Damon reads from a speech Howard Zinn gave in 1970 as part of a debate on civil disobedience. Matt Damon and his family were lifelong friends of the Zinns.

    This performance was part of "The People Speak, Live!" show, featuring Damon, Lupe Fiasco and a cast of Chicago's finest poets, actors, activists, artists, musicians, and writers. The show took place at the Metro in Chicago, on January 31, 2012, and was produced by Voices of a People's History (peopleshistory.us) in collaboration with Louder Than a Bomb: The Chicago Youth Poetry Festival (youngchicagoauthors.org).

    Learn more about Voices of a People's History at Facebook.com/VoicesofaPeoplesHistory and on Twitter @VPH.

    Here's what Howard Zinn writes about this 1970 speech in his introduction to the full piece in his book Voices of a People's History of the United States, written with Anthony Arnove and first published in 2004 by Seven Stories Press:

    "In November 1970, after my arrest along with others who had engaged in a Boston protest at an army base to block soldiers from being sent to Vietnam, I flew to Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore to take part in a debate with the philosopher Charles Frankel on civil disobedience. I was supposed to appear in court that day in connection with the charges resulting from the army base protest. I had a choice: show up in court and miss this opportunity to explain — and practice — my commitment to civil disobedience, or face the consequences of defying the court order by going to Baltimore. I chose to go. The next day, when I returned to Boston, I went to teach my morning class at Boston University. Two detectives were waiting outside the classroom and hauled me off to court, where I was sentenced to a few days in jail. Here is the text of my speech that night at Johns Hopkins."

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