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Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train

Deb Ellis & Denis Mueller / United States / 2004 / 78 ' / English

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Audience Award for Best Documentary, 2004 Provincetown International Film Festival
John Michael Memorial Award, 2004 Big Muddy Film Festival
2004 Big Sky Documentary Festival
2003 Vermont International Film Festival

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The life and times of Howard Zinn: the historian, activist, and author of several classics including "A Peoples History of the United States".

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Following the radical life of Howard Zinn, the bestselling author of A People's History of the United States the film depicts the life journey of an activist who has acted as a catalyst for social change for more than half a century. It features archive materials, interviews with Zinn himself, as well as colleagues such as Noam Chomsky. Detailing the life journey of a legendary man, from his early days in the Air force during the Second World War to his radical career as a leading activist the film illustrates, as Noam Chomsky has stated: "it is no exaggeration to say he [Zinn] has changed the consciousness of a generation."

 

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