With opinions from people such as Julian Assange and Dan Rather, this hard-hitting documentary takes a critical look at the impact of corporate control over the media.
With the Levinson Inquiry underway in the UK, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange holed up in London’s Ecuadorian Embassy, and Gina Rinehart calling for tighter control of the media, there couldn’t be a better time for this in-depth examination of the impact of corporate control over the media landscape. Canadian director Jean-Philippe Tremblay asks tough questions about just how government deregulation in the media industry in America has influenced freedom of the press and democracy, putting the questions to media personalities ranging from Assange, to Dan Rather and Amy Goodman.
SAT 10 NOV
2.15PM / ARC
UK / 2O12 /
Documentary / 93mins