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AUDIOVISUALS
Title Pray the Devil back to hell / Fork Films presents ; a film by Abigail E. Disney and Gini Reticker ; produced by Abigail E. Disney ; directed by Gini Reticker.
Imprint [Sausalito, CA?] : Distributed by Roco Films Educational, [2008]

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 MUSKINGUM DVD  DT636.5 .P739 2008    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  DT636.5 .P739 2008  Suppl.    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM DVD  DT636.5 .P739 2008    AVAILABLE  
 MUSKINGUM DVD  DT636.5 .P739 2008  Suppl.    AVAILABLE  
Subject Women and peace -- Liberia.
Conflict management -- Liberia.
Women -- Liberia -- Social conditions.
Liberia -- History -- Civil War, 1989-1996 -- Women.
Liberia -- History -- Civil War, 1999-2003 -- Women.
Liberia -- Social conditions -- 1980-
Alt Name Disney, Abigail E.,
Reticker, Gini,
Fork Films.
Ro*Co Films Educational (Firm)
Columbia University. Teachers College.
Description 1 videodisc (approximately 135 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 discussion guide (17 pages ; 18 cm)
polychrome rdacc
System Details DVD; NTSC; aspect ratio 4:3, enhanced for 16 x 9 TVs.
Note Includes both 72 and 63 minute versions of the film.
Documentary.
Accompanying discussion guide written and edited by Teachers College, Columbia University (17 p.) in container.
In English with English subtitles.
Credits Director of cinematography, Kirsten Johnson ; editors, Kate Taverna, Meg Reticker ; music composed by Blake Leyh ; vocals by Angelique Kidjo.
Summary Documentary about a group of brave and visionary women who demanded peace for Liberia, a nation torn to shreds by a bloody civil war, violent warlords and a corrupt Charles Taylor regime. Includes interviews, archival images, and scenes of present-day Liberia together to recount the experiences and memories of the women who were instrumental in bringing lasting peace to their country.
OCLC # 320776403


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