OCTOBER 2009 at the SALON

  • Did police single out filmmakers and photographers recording the protests surrounding the G-20 Summit in Pittsburgh?
  • What do filmmakers have to shoot if there IS no confrontation?
  • Whose record is more valuable--the indie journalists' on the street, or the surveillance cameras' above?
This month, the Salon has invited mediamakers who shot events surrounding the G-20 Summit to screen samples of their work and discuss these and other questions, with the aim of understanding how free speech is exercised and how history is written. This event is open to the public, with a special invitation to those with photographic and videographic records of the happenings in September 2009.
Friday, October 2, 2009

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