[act-ma] 9/19 Film screening and discussion w/ award-winning Irish independent filmmaker Rod Stoneman

Consulate events.venezuelan.consulate at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 13:01:11 PDT 2009


*The Consulate of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela in Boston Presents: *


 *Film Screening, Book Signing and Discussion with:*


 *Rod Stoneman*


 *Executive producer of the acclaimed documentary *

“*The Revolution Will Not Be Televised” *


 and author of the book* “Chávez: The Revolution will not be Televised; A
Case Study of Politics and Media”*


 *Rod Stoneman* is the Director of the Huston School of Film & Digital
Media, *National University of Ireland in Galway*. He previously served as
Chief Executive of *Bord Scannán na hÉireann / The Irish Film Board* and as
Deputy Commissioning Editor of the Independent Film and Video Department at
Channel 4. He has produced several independent films, among them, *“Bloody
Sunday”* (2002), *“The Last September”* (2000) and* “Southpaw”* (2000)


 *The Revolution Will Not Be Televised* is a powerful and dramatic film
about the charismatic and controversial Venezuelan President Hugo Chávez. It
charts the seven month run-up to the violent attempt to overthrow him in
April 2002 and provides an eyewitness account of the coup d' état and the
extraordinary return to power some 48 hours later. Unique footage is
assembled in this electrifying documentary, that illuminates contemporary
politics in Latin America.


 *Two presentations on Saturday September 19th *


 *From 12:30 to 2:45 Pm*

*Lower Mills Branch Library*

27 Richmond Street, Dorchester
617-298-7841. Food & refreshments will be provided.

*Red Line* to Ashmont Station. *Take Mattapan high-speed trolley* to Milton
stop.


 *From 4 Pm to 6 Pm*

*Community Church of Boston*

565 Boylston St, 2nd Floor, Boston
617- 266-6710. Snacks & refreshments provided.

*Green Line* to Copley Station, in front of Copley Square.


 Free admission. For further information write to
info.venezuela.event<info.venezuela.event at gmail.com>
*@gmail.com* <info.venezuela.event at gmail.com>
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