Wednesday, February 17, 2010

I Cannot Be Silent . . .

"I Cannot Be Silent: Testimonies of Peacemaking" is a timely and thought provoking grass roots documentary film by Vic CompherCompher's film celebrates the lives of several elder activists from the Philadelphia area who have spent their lives advocating for peace, and seeks to introduce their vital legacy to a new generation.
Documenting that the peace movement is alive and the torch is being passed to the next generation of peace makers "I Cannot Be Silent" is an important film. If you feel the same way or would like to be kept up to date on screening and events related to the film check out I Cannot Be Silent Blog or follow @Icannotbesilent on twitter or on Facebook or just send an email.

The broadcast premier of "I Cannot Be SIlent" as part of Philadelphia Stories 7:
MIND TV (35.1)
Thursday 2/18/10 9 p.m., Saturday 2/20/10 9 p.m., Sunday 2/21/10 1 p.m.
 GlobalMIND (35.2)
Friday 2/19/10 8 p.m., Saturday 2/20/10 11 p.m.

You can also view "I Cannot Be Silent" online.  For the purposes of internet broadcast, the  45 minute film has been broken into six sections, according to the chapters in the film. Though not available at full resolution or with the accompanying montages that link the sections together, these six interviews make up the bulk of the film.

"I Cannot Be Silent" is available for screening in your home, school, church or community center. The Film maker and members of the cast are also available to moderate a lively discussion and lead an after film Q and A. Contact us at if you are interested.

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