Orwell Rolls in His Grave

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Orwell Rolls in His Grave
Directed by Robert Kane Pappas[1]
Produced by Robert Kane Pappas
Written by Tom Blackburn/Robert Pappas
Starring Charles Lewis
Robert McChesney
Mark Crispin Miller
Bernie Sanders
and Danny Schechter
Music by Chris Jagich
Cinematography J. Alan Hostetter
Robert Kane Pappas
Edited by Robert Kane Pappas
Release dates
October 2003 (East Hampton Film Festival)
July 23, 2004 (New York)
April 13, 2005 (Buenos Aires International Festival of Independent Cinema) in Argentina
Running time
84 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Orwell Rolls in His Grave is a 2003 documentary film directed by Robert Kane Pappas; written by Tom Blackburn and Robert Kane Pappas. Covered topics include 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 October surprise conspiracy theory.

The film has previously aired on Free Speech TV, a non-profit TV station based in Denver, Colorado and Link TV.[citation needed]

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