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Programming the Nation? (2011)

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Media, politics and pop-culture. Programming the Nation? takes an encompassing look at the the history of subliminal messaging in America. According to many authorities, since the late 1950’s subliminal content has been tested and delivered through all forms of mass-media including Hollywood filmmakers Alfred Hitchcock and William Friedkin .


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: August 19th, 2011 (Limited) by International Film Circuit
Running Time: 105 minutes
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Keywords: Political, Agitprop, Conspiracy Theory, Corporate Malfeasance
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Ignite Productions, Digital Media Factory
Production Countries: United States


Richard Beggs    Himself
Noam Chomsky    Himself
Christopher Coppola    Himself
David Fricke    Himself
Amy Goodman    Herself
Hilton A. Green    Himself
Andy Johns    Himself
Wilson Bryan Key    Himself
Dennis Kucinich    Himself
Jerry Mander    Himself
Mark Crispin Miller    Himself
Mark Mothersbaugh    Himself
Douglas Rushkoff    Himself
Geoff Tate    Himself

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Production and Technical Credits

Jeff Warrick    Screenwriter
Jeff Warrick    Producer
Marty Collins    Cinematographer
Marty Collins    Co-Producer
Evan Evans    Composer
Jason Myer    Associate Producer
Jason Myer    Sound Mixer
Jason Myer    Camera

Last of the Summer Limited Releases

August 19th, 2011

It's a rather busy week for limited releases with eight films in total, including a few earning overwhelmingly positive reviews. That said, its too late for summer and too early for Awards Season, so it might be tough for any of the films to find an audience. If I were to bet, Mozart's Sister is the mostly likely winner, but The Hedgehog and The Last Circus are also worth checking out. More...

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