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People Invited to Contribute to Peace Doco

People Invited to Contribute to Peace Movement Doco

Scoop is inviting people and organizations with digital video clips of NZ Anti-War peace protests to contribute their works to a collective Scoop Web-Doco-Project.

Scoop plans to visually record the advent of ‘effective people power’ rising within the Anti-War movement. The documentary will be a compelling presentation of the movement, will inform people how to get involved, and will present a no holds barred case displaying why the New Zealand Government must voice direct opposition to USA moves to lead the world into war.

All contributors will receive credit for their work in the documentary.

The Web-Doco-Project will screen on http://www.scoop.co.nz and be distributed to libraries, organizations, politicians, groups, lobbyists, and those who need lobbying. It will also be available for downloading free of charge via the http://www.scoop.co.nz site.

Contributors should send avi or mpeg digital video files on CD to: Scoop Doco Project 274 Sandringham Road Mt Albert Auckland 1303 New Zealand.

Please include your: name, email contact and date and description of what where and when the clip was captured.

For more info, contact: mailto:editor@scoop.co.nz

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