Nation of Exiles
|Nation of Exiles|
|Directed by||Bavand Karim|
|Produced by||Bavand Karim|
|Written by||Bavand Karim|
Be Positive Pictures
|Distributed by||Alexander Street Press|
Synopsis[edit | edit source]
The documentary examines the roots of the Iranian Green Movement, and explores the potential for social media and citizen journalism to affect the dissemination of information around the globe. The film features interviews with Columbia University Professor Hamid Dabashi, and Ellyn Angelotti of the Poynter Institute, and includes footage of violence by government-backed militias against non-violent demonstrators and young people in Iran.
Nation of Exiles screened at festivals in the United States, Brazil, Italy, France, Spain, and the U.K.
See also[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Bavand Karim filmography on IMDb
- "Nation of Exiles". Top Documentary Films. 2010.
- Foster, Shelby (October 13, 2011). "Independent Streak: Films by Meadows alumni win festival awards". SMU Magazine.
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