Academic Year 2019-2020

Event Title

Dark Money

Location

Mailman-Hollywood Auditorium, 2nd floor

Event Website

https://cahss.nova.edu/departments/lml/student-opportunities.html#story

Start Date

28-8-2019 6:00 PM

Event Type

Conversation

Description

Description: Kimberly Reed’s Sundance award-nominated 2018 documentary, Dark Money, probes and illuminates the disturbing and corrosive influence of unregulated money, from murky sources, on a democracy under siege. Although her film focuses specifically on Montana’s political elections, Reed’s kinetic camera follows the same disturbing breadcrumbs to other state and federal elections. The Washington Post’s Michael O’Sullivan calls it “bare-bones filmmaking” that makes a “clear and convincing argument.”

Facilitator: Dr. Kate Waites

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Aug 28th, 6:00 PM

Dark Money

Mailman-Hollywood Auditorium, 2nd floor

Description: Kimberly Reed’s Sundance award-nominated 2018 documentary, Dark Money, probes and illuminates the disturbing and corrosive influence of unregulated money, from murky sources, on a democracy under siege. Although her film focuses specifically on Montana’s political elections, Reed’s kinetic camera follows the same disturbing breadcrumbs to other state and federal elections. The Washington Post’s Michael O’Sullivan calls it “bare-bones filmmaking” that makes a “clear and convincing argument.”

Facilitator: Dr. Kate Waites

https://nsuworks.nova.edu/cahss_nsu_annual_film_series/ay2019-2020/events/2