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| 90 MIN | 2004

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Traditionally, times of adversity, war, and cultural repression are fertile breeding grounds for creative expression and artists are among the first to respond. Yet, if present-day Hollywood seems more inspired by commerce than confrontation, what will the emerging American filmmaker's response to current events be? Is an artistically and socially engaged film renaissance in our future? Moderator: Anthony Kaufman (Village Voice, indieWIRE) Panelists: Christine Vachon (Killer Films), Ted Hope (This is that.)
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