Tag Archive: Documentary

Oct 14 2012

Oct. 15th: ‘The House I Live In’ Film Screening

Earlier this month, we told you about a new film titled, “The House I Live In“. Now, you have a chance to view this new film for the first time and participate in a Q&A Discussion with the film’s Director, Eugene Jarecki. This special movie screening is open to faculty, students, parents and members of the …

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Oct 13 2012

The 1315 Project: America’s War on Drugs

The 1315 Project is the story of how “a challenge to personal freedom has evolved into the most corrosive force in American society, the dramatic costs it has wrought and how a few courageous actors have shown us a new way forward.” According to creator, Matt Groff, the film will point out that the failure of the …

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Oct 05 2012

Oct. 12th: “Legalize It” Screening & A64 Discussion

You are invited to a presentation and discussion on Amendment 64. There will be a showing of the new documentary, “Legalize It“.  The movie explores the social justice implications of the failed War on Drugs and why marijuana needs to be legal and regulated. It celebrates the power of ordinary people of different backgrounds and political …

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Jun 24 2012

Planning Underway For “The Union” Sequel

Producers of the award winning documentary, “The Union: The Business Behind Getting High” are at it again and need your help to fund the sequel. The new film, will be titled “The Culture High” and if they raise enough support, you can expect to see it in theatres across Canada, the U.S., Australia & possibly the …

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