Baghdad or Bust
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|Baghdad or Bust|
|Directed by||Matt Frame|
|Produced by||Paul Gordon|
|Written by||Matt Frame|
|Music by||Hans Schnabel|
|Edited by||Matt Frame|
|Distributed by||Canadian Broadcasting Corporation|
Baghdad or Bust was a small budget documentary filmed in Canada, Turkey, Kurdistan, Iraq, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, and Washington, D.C. USA during the US-led 2003 invasion of Iraq. Baghdad or Bust was an official selection at several Film Festivals including Hot Docs, the Bergen Film Festival in Norway, and it received the top award for Best Documentary at the 2003 Whistler Film Festival. Baghdad or Bust was described as "a funny, poignant piss-take on the war in Iraq, chronicling the misadventures of Gordon and two fellow Yellowknifers as they meander through the Middle East during the U.S. invasion, interviewing such stranger-than-fictional characters as a piratical Kurd and a Turkish rug-monger with a cat named Bush. Armed with a microphone, director Matt Frame's self-effacing and sardonic wit wins the day with his parody of Michael Moore's filmmaking style. "
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