|Directed by||Christian Johnston|
|Produced by||Matthew Rhodes
Kevin Loughery Jr.
|Written by||Christian Johnston
Christian Van Gregg
|Narrated by||George Calil|
|Music by||Gunnard Doboze|
|Edited by||Darren Mann
|Distributed by||First Look Media|
|Release date(s)||September 24, 2004|
|Running time||95 min.|
September Tapes is a faux-documentary feature film co-written and directed by Christian Johnston in his feature debut. An early review of the film's promotional trailer noted that the footage looked "more real than network news footage". It was rated R for "language and violent images" by the MPAA.
The film was first presented at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2004, where First Look Media acquired worldwide distribution rights. In May of the same year, it was featured at the Cannes Film Festival.
The film screened at many other film festivals, including: the Deauville American Film Festival, France; the Copenhagen International Documentary Festival, Denmark; the Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival, Netherlands; and others.
The film is translated to "Septiembre Negro" ("Black September") for Spanish-language audiences.
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- "September Tapes Acquired At Sundance". Reeldv.com. 2004-01-22. Retrieved 2014-02-02.
- September Tapes at the Internet Movie Database
- September Tapes at AllMovie
- September Tapes at the Sundance film festival - From The Economist, Print Edition, January 29, 2004
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