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Title Control room = Média sous contrôle / Magnolia Pictures ; Noujaim Films ; 2929 Entertainment ; producers, Hani Salama, Rosadel Varela ; writers, Julia Bacha, Jehane Noujaim ; directed by Jehane Noujaim.
Imprint Montréal : Alliance Atlantis, [2004]
©2004

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 MUSKINGUM DVD  P96.I73 C6 2004    AVAILABLE  
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 MUSKINGUM DVD  P96.I73 C6 2004    AVAILABLE  
Subject Al Jazeera (Television network)
War correspondents.
Iraq War, 2003-2011.
Documentary films.
United States -- Politics and government -- 21st century.
Alt Name Salama, Hani.
Varela, Rosadel.
Bacha, Julia.
Noujaim, Jehane.
Rushing, Josh.
Khader, Samir.
Ibrahim, Hassan (Of Al Jazeera)
Khatib, Deema.
Mintier, Tom.
Shuster, David.
Rumsfeld, Donald, 1932-
DeRenzo, Thomas, 1956-
Magnolia Pictures (Firm)
2929 Entertainment (Firm)
Noujaim Films (Firm)
Add Title Média sous contrôle
Description 1 videodisc (86 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
System Details DVD ; widescreen presentation.
Note In English; subtitles available in English, French, Arabic, Spanish.
Cast Joshua Rushing, Samir Khader, Hassan Ibrahim, Deema Khatib, Tom Mintier, David Shuster, Donald Rumsfeld.
Credits Cinematography, Hani Salama ; editors, Julia Bacha, Lilah Bankier, Charles Marquardt, Alan Oxman ; music, Thomas DeRenzo, Hani Salama.
Note Originally produced as a documentary motion picture in 2004.
Special features: commentary by director Jehane Noujaim and producer/cinematographer Hani Salama; commentary by Central Command press officer Josh Rushing; commentary by senior producers Hassan Ibrahim and Samir Khader; more than 30 deleted scenes; theatrical trailer.
Summary A chronicle which provides a rare window into the international perception of the Iraq War, courtesy of Al Jazeera, the Arab world's most popular news outlet. Criticized by Cabinet members and Pentagon officials for reporting with a pro-Iraqi bias, and strongly condemned for frequently airing civilian casualties as well as footage of American POWs, the station has revealed (and continues to show the world) everything about the Iraq War that the Bush administration does not want the public to see.
Explores the ancient and complex relationship between the Western and Arab worlds. Reveals how satellite television has changed the way wars are reported: from news providers, driven by the patriotism of their audiences, to military information officers, driven by military objectives.
Publisher # 20642 Alliance Atlantis
OCLC # 414738564