1. American Sniper by Chris Kyle, Scott McEwen & Jim DeFelice

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    Listen to Chris Kyle's autobiography about his experiences in war, and the basis for the movie! American Sniper is the story of Kyle's record-breaking career as a sniper in Iraq, told in his vivid, down-to-earth prose. Pick up the audiobook at libro.fm/audiobooks/9780062116130-american-sniper

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    • 2-MINUTE DESERT THUNDER!

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      It's America Is Better Than All of the Not-Americas Week at EIT! To see thousands of classic vids and to buy our DVDs, go to http://everythingisterrible.com Follow EIT! here: https://facebook.com/everythingisterrible https://vine.co/EVERYTHINGISTERRIBLE https://instagram.com/everythingisterrible666/ https://twitter.com/E_I_T

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      • Trooper - Official Trailer

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        The film veterans are saying is the most honest & accurate account of what happens to them, both on the front lines and when they return home. A story of love and horror amidst the scandals reflected in our news across the nation every day. Obama Signs VA Health Care Overhaul "To care for him or her who shall have borne the battle, that’s the heart of the VA’s motto. That’s what the bill I’m about to sign will help us achieve… The bill which passed with bipartisan support, is one of the few significant legislative accomplishments Congress has achieved ...... (NBC News 8/7/2014) “In a dysfunctional Congress, I’m glad we accomplished something significant for veterans." - Bernie Sanders (8/7/2014) “Finally, a film producer that gets it right! TROOPER may serve well to educate an unaware public about the epidemic level of emotional trauma that today’s young warriors are living with. It is a dark journey and this film captures its pain—and also gives us a glimmer of hope.” - Rev. Bill McDonald Founder The Military Writer’s Society of America. “Not since the Oscar winning film “Coming Home” thirty-five years ago has there been a film that resonated with veterans." - Starpulse Winner, Bronze Remi, 2010 – Houston Int’l Film Festival Official Selection, 2010 - Philadelphia Independent Film Festival Honorable Mention, 2011 – Voice Awards Honorable Mention, 2010 – SoCal Film Festival Script Finalist, 2008 – Rome Independent Film Festival Winner, Christopher Martini, Renaissance Man Award, 2010 – Garden State Film Festival Cast: Christopher Martini, Max Martini "Saving Private Ryan" "Captain Phillips" "Pacific Rim" " Fifty Shades of Grey", Gary Swanson "The Bone Collector" "Sniper" "Carilto's Way: Rise to Power", Robert Walden "All The President's Men" "Capricorn One" TV's "Lou Grant" Written, Directed, and Produced by Christopher Martini Executive Producers Giada Dobrzenska Richard A. Levine LTC Lori D. Renwick Christopher Martini Produced by Beth Amy Rosenblatt Music by Hershel Yatovitz, featuring songs by Bob Dylan, Bruce Springsteen & Jesi Robertson Cinematography by John Rotan Edited by Rodney Calhoun Christopher Martini Re-Recording Mixer & Score by Christopher Koch Additional Score by Chris Haskett

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        • Brian Turner reading Eulogy

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          Brian Turner visited Basel in May and took a moment to read his poem "Eulogy" about death in the Iraq War.

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          • The Blair Bush Project

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            The Blair Bush Project (2006) is a large scale installation using three scientific analysis film projectors that run three hand-processed and speed manipulated 16mm film loops (m.o.s.) projected on a centrally located rotating screen powered by a visible motor. Created in collaboration with Christoph Runne. It has been installed at the Prague National Gallery in the Czech Republic, the Alternator Gallery in Kelowna BC and the InterUrban Gallery in Vancouver BC.

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            • War

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              This video covers the suffering experienced during and after the war, the dead children and soldiers who do their "duty" in the most horrible. Inspired by the Iraq War in 2003, the short film comes up with the objective to aim peace, unity and love. All of this is especially felt on the poem and on the beautiful melody of Yann Tiersen. The image shows us the experience of two children in a disturbing and sinister atmosphere. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/artedafonseca Blogger: https://dafonsecart.blogspot.com Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/dafonsecart Twitter: https://twitter.com/dafonsecart Behance: https://www.behance.net/artedafonseca

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              • Bringing the War Home VOD

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                • Bringing the War Home VOD

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                  • Bill Moyers Essay: Big Media - Cheerleaders of the Iraq War

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                    In this essay from May 7, 2004, Bill Moyers talks about Sinclair Broadcasting's decision to censor Ted Koppel after he broadcast photographs of fallen American soldiers during the Iraq War, and takes aim at "big companies and big government scratching each other's back." This essay is from an episode of NOW with Bill Moyers, a weekly show that aired from 2002 to 2005 and featured documentary reporting as well as in-depth one-on-one interviews. Learn more about the series here: http://billmoyers.com/series/now-with-bill-moyers/

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                    • Bill Moyers Essay: Shock and Awe in Fallujah

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                      In this essay, Bill Moyers talks about the dangerous situation in Iraq and the lack of transparency in both Fallujah and Washington, DC. This essay is from an episode of NOW with Bill Moyers, a weekly show that aired from 2002 to 2004 and featured documentary reporting as well as in-depth one-on-one interviews. Learn more about the series here: http://billmoyers.com/series/now-with-bill-moyers/

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