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Indymedia screenings this week

Indymedia screenings this week


We have arranged screenings in Wellington, Hutt City, and Porirua.
'Fuck the Corporate Media' is a short documentary produced by Portland
Indymedia which analyzes the tactics, both subtle and blatant,
employed by the corporate media. The second series of documentaries
are from the Oceania Newsreal. Featuring short punchy films from the
Asia Pacific including two great documentaries made by New Zealanders
'Whose News?', and 'Happy Birthday Timor Leste'. You can find out more
details about the Oceania Newsreal here:

Pomare Community Centre(Hutt City)
Wednesday, 11th of May, 7pm
55 Farmer Cres Pomare

NZ Film Archive (Wellington City)
Friday 13 of May, 7pm
84 Taranaki Street


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