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EEFF - Camden Crawl

The East End Film Festival and Camden Crawl join together to take over London later this year... There will be no better place to be than the EEFF - Camden Crawl event this May Bank Holiday weekend As part of our ten year anniversary celebrations in 2011, the East End Film Festival is pleased to announce a collaboration with the Camden Crawl, winner of Best Metropolitan Festival at the 2010 Festival Awards. With both festivals celebrating being a decade old, and having admired the ...

'The Camden 28' interviews this Wednesday Night!

This Wednesday night at 10PM (EST), MOVIE GEEKS UNITED! will feature new interviews with the makers of "The Shark Is Still Working" and "Your Mommy Kills Animals".  We will also replay an earlier interview with Anthony Giacchino, director of the upcoming New York City release "The Camden 28" and John Swinglish, an original member of the protest group. Below is a director's statement with Mr. Giacchino discussing the film and the cause. Director's Statem...

Sarasota Film Festival Movie Review: THE CAMDEN 28

In August of 1971, discontent with the raging war in Vietnam was bleeding over into the streets of cities and towns across America.  Out of this chaos came the Camden 28, an anti-war protest group largely made up of conscientious objectors from the Catholic left.  They set out to break into a New Jersey draft board office and destroy as many records as they could.  This was their attempt to strike a fierce, practical blow to the system that set young men off to a foreign land to die.  Little...