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Josh Wolf Seeking Donations To Help Distribute Film

 

Josh Wolf, a journalist who served 226 days in jail for refusing to turn over videos to investigators, has produced a 30-minute film addressing the right to videotape police officers in public.

You can see a trailer of the film in the above video and read his description of it here.

The film, which he produced as a thesis project for the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism was awarded the Reva and David Logan Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting.

Now he is trying to raise $1,500 to help him spread the film nationwide by entering it in film festivals and distributing it on DVDs.

At this point, he needs less than $500 to meet that goal.

Wolf gave me a chance to see the entire film and it is very well-done and needs to be distrubuted widely as part of our ongoing education campaign regarding these matters.

 

Josh Wolf, a journalist who served 226 days in jail for refusing to turn over videos to investigators, has produced a 30-minute film addressing the right to videotape police officers in public.

You can see a trailer of the film in the above video and read his description of it here.

The film, which he produced as a thesis project for the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism was awarded the Reva and David Logan Prize for Excellence in Investigative Reporting.

Now he is trying to raise $1,500 to help him spread the film nationwide by entering it in film festivals and distributing it on DVDs.

At this point, he needs less than $500 to meet that goal.

Wolf gave me a chance to see the entire film and it is very well-done and needs to be distrubuted widely as part of our ongoing education campaign regarding these matters.

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