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Sheffield Indymedia's "Summer of Truth" Film Festival

Sheffield Independent Media Centre | 26.06.2006 14:16 | Indymedia | Birmingham | Liverpool | Sheffield

Sheffield Indymedia has organised a series of film screenings that challange the concept of the perputal 'war on terror' and questions the real motives of the governments and corporations who are promoting this war.

These films have never been seen on TV or screened in the cinema.

One of the central themes of many of the films is the proposition that the attacks in New York and Washington on 11th September 2001 were actually an inside job organised by elements within the US administration in order to win public support for an offensive war to gain control of oil resources in the Middle East.

The films are screening every Sunday evening in July at SIF (Sheffield Independent Film) on Brown Street, entry is a suggested donation of £1 and there will be time for discussion about the issues raised in the films after each screening.

The titles, times and further information about the screenings follow, there is more details on the Sheffield Indymedia web site including links to download many of the films:

The films were due to be screened at the Matilda Social Centre but have had to be moved to SIF due to the eviction, more details on this story:

Please send any enquiries about the screenings to:

The Summer of Truth
The Summer of Truth

Film Listings
Film Listings


Sheffield Indymedia presents a series of film screenings on:


Every Sunday in July at SIF (Sheffield Independent Film), films start at 6:30pm and 8pm

Film listing and dates:

- Sunday 2nd July 2006

6:30pm 9-11 Open Your Eyes the War on Terror is a Lie (2004)

8:00pm Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime (2006)

- Sunday 9th July 2006

6:30pm Truth and Politics, Unanswered Questions About 9/11 (2004)

8:00pm The Oil Factor: Behind the War on Terror (2004)

- Sunday 16th July 2006

6:30pm Celsius 9/11 - World Takeover and the War of Terror part 1 (2004)

8:00pm 9/11 Breaking the Laws of Physics (2006)

- Sunday 23rd July 2006

6:30pm Celsius 9/11 - World Takeover and the War of Terror part 2 (2004)

8:00pm Improbable Collapse (2006)

- Sunday 30th July 2006

6:30pm 9/11 Revisited: Were explosives used? (2006)

8:00pm War and Globalization -- The Truth Behind September 11 (2003)

More information about the films (and links to downloadable versions) is available on Indymedia:

SIF between The Showroom and Persistence Works, a five-minute walk from the bus and railway stations:

5 Brown Steet,
S1 2BS.

There will be refreshments available at the screenings and there will be time for discussions after each film.

Entry is a suggested donation of one pound.

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and another film festival in London...

26.06.2006 16:54

The London Indymedia film festival against the G8 kicks off on Friday evening 7th July (yep 7/7) at Rampart Creative center...
questioning whether the threat from a hidden and organised terrorist network is in fact a manufactured illusion. In this concluding part of a series, the programme explains how the illusion was created and who benefits from it; comparing the rise of the American neoconservatives and radical Islamists, suggesting that both are closely connected; that some popular beliefs about these groups are inaccurate; and that both movements have benefited from exaggerating the scale of the terrorist threat.
And also showing 'ARABS AND TERRORISM'
researched in 6 languages and filmed on location in 10 countries, with 90 experts/politicians and hundreds of street interviews in the United States, Europe, and the Arab world. It examines the dominant discourse on terrorism in the United States and Europe and offers critics an opportunity to respond.

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  1. The times they are a changin' — Censored
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