My latest short underground political flick Marie Tyrell is screening at the Vancouver Public Library on Friday, Sept 22, as part of the Necessary Voices series. There’s little time to get word out. Lots of people worked very hard on it and the results are amazing… they should be seen by more people!
The link above has a few interviews about the film, from New York’s Heyoka Magazine and others.
There should be a good audience for Naomi Klein’s The Take, it’s a big room and it oughta be a great event.
Sep 22, 2006
7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
The Take & Marie Tyrell: Film Screenings
Date: Friday Sep 22, 2006< Location: Vancouver Public Library, Central Branch, 350 W. Georgia St., Alice MacKay Room The Take. (Argentina underwent an economic collapse in 2001, leaving behind bankruptcies and massive unemployment.) This film documents part of a daring movement of workers trying to recover and recreate their jobs. A radical economic manifesto for the 21st century.
Marie Tyrell. A revolutionary on death row, as seen through her lover’s song, her psych report, her videotaped messages, her teenage diaries… based on a 1974 story by Vancouver’s D.M. Fraser. (Free admission. Co-sponsored by Necessary Voices Society.)
Vancouver Public Library
Contact: Programming Office (604) 331-4044