[tugs] Majestic Nights of Film Excellence - THE FUCK GEORGE BUSH FILM FESTIVAL

  • From: "Daniel Stevens" <daniel.stevens@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <daniel.stevens@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 18 Mar 2003 23:27:17 -0500

Geography Students,
 
Although this isn't hosted by our department or union, I thought this
notice might be of interest to the geography student community as we see
a nation (with a bunch of dumbasses in the administration) try to build
its global empire by invading Iraq.  If you're interested, feel free to
attend the "Fuck George Bush Film Festival" this Thursday.  See below
for details--it's free and it's on campus.  If you're not interested or
if you support the dumbass, don't go.
 
Daniel
 
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From: cinssu [mailto:cinssu@xxxxxx] 
Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 2:01 AM
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Subject: Majestic Nights of Film Excellence 


Satan Macnuggit Popular Arts and Majestic Nights of Film Excellence
Present
 
THE FUCK GEORGE BUSH FILM FESTIVAL
 
THURSDAY, MARCH 20
7 PM
INNIS COLLEGE
2 SUSSEX AT ST. GEORGE
FREE
 
You read it here first - filmmakers are as disgusted with Bush, Cheney
and their greedy little war as you are. Now we've put together an
evening of shockingly awesome videos to prove it!
 
Majestic Nights of Film Excellence at Innis College hosts "The Fuck
George Bush Film Festival," a program of political collage videos
curated by Satan Macnuggit's Jonathan Culp. 
 
These eight shorts include several samples of wit and wisdom from the
little bastard himself, a couple others have him squished or blown up,
and still others deal with the fallout from this dangerous dummy's
sinister reign. All stand opposed to the "Hiroshima-like effect" that an
unelected government seeks to inflict on Baghdad's civilians and the
world.
 
Satan Macnuggit Popular Arts (www.satanmacnuggit.com) has been
producing, distributing and exhibiting videos, music and literature
since 1996. Our catalogue includes dozens of do-it-yourself, grassroots
artifacts, with a special emphasis on the intersection of activism and
art. 
 
Jonathan will also be hosting a media collage workshop as part of Media
Subversion Day, 11 am on March 20 at the Firesdie Lounge, Fine Arts
Building, York University.
 
For more information contact James King at james.king5@xxxxxxxxxxxx or
Jonathan Culp at satanmacnuggit@xxxxxxx
 
TITLES
 
"Don't Attack Iraq" by David Hermolin (6:00)
Footage of the November 2002 anti-war protests
"U!S!A! U!S!A!" by Matias Rosenberg and Jonathan Culp (5:00)
Media collage circa the previous Iraqi crusade
"State of the Union" by Marc Adornato (10:00)
Bush speaks, the crowd goes wild
"Rumours" by David-James Fernandes (4:00)
An animated press conference
"Sans Sensible" by Gabriel Anctil (5:00)
A dissenting rhythm collage from Montreal
"Chew it Somalia!" by Jonathan Culp (6:00)
Canada gets implicated in globe-trotting racism, collage-style
"Goodnight" by Christopher Thinn (1:00)
George W. Bush articulates himself
"Plasticman and the Justice League" by Jonathan Culp (16:00)
Media ghosts spur bad dreams of September 11 and Bush babies
 

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