Monday, January 31, 2005

Sundance honours new anti-war film Entertainment - Sundance honours new anti-war film: "The anti-war documentary 'Why We Fight' was among the winners at the Sundance Film Festival in Utah on Sunday night.

Director Eugene Jarecki's film, which looks at the 'economic, political, and ideological forces that drive American militarism', was named the winner of the American Documentary Grand Jury Prize.

Accepting the award at the festival, Jarecki said: 'It was a humbling experience to see the films I saw here and the extraordinary voices communicating a vision of this country as it leads the world... it's terribly crucial for the rest of the world to see.' (Watch Sundance Interview)

Jarecki won the same prize in 2003 for "The Trials of Henry Kissinger""

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