Orwell Rolls in His Grave
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|Orwell Rolls in His Grave|
|Directed by||Robert Kane Pappas|
|Edited by||Robert Kane Pappas|
Sag Harbor-Basement Pictures
The film covered topics including the Telecommunications Act of 1996, concentration of media ownership, political corruption, Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the controversy over the US presidential election of 2000 (particularly in Florida with Bush v. Gore), and the Carter vs. Reagan 1980 "October Surprise" conspiracy theory.
- Charles Lewis, Founder of the Center for Public Integrity
- Robert McChesney, Professor at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
- Mark Crispin Miller, Author, Professor at New York University
- Bernie Sanders, Congressman from Vermont
- Danny Schechter, Author and Media Critic
- Vincent Bugliosi, Attorney and Author
- Jeff Cohen, Founder of FAIR
- Dennis Kucinich, former Congressman
- Mark Lloyd, Visiting Professor at M.I.T.
- Michael Moore, Journalist and Activist
- John Nichols, Journalist and Activist
- Greg Palast, Journalist and Author
- Helen Thomas, Journalist and member of White House press corps
- Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media
- The medium is the message
- Politico-media complex
- Propaganda model
- Carter vs. Reagan 1980 "October Surprise"
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