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16 February 2011

Documentary Film Screenings

The Film Club will once again be starting its once a month documentary film screenings, starting on the last Saturday of every month, 26th February 2011. The documentary screenings will take place at the same venue, Western Cape College of Nursing, Klipfontein Rd, Surrey Estate (opp. Saartjie Baartman Centre), Cape Town. Time: 8:00pm. Refreshments will be served. All are welcome and entrance is free as this is for educational purposes only. DVDs will be on sale.

Documentary to be screened: "The Shock Doctrine", based on author and social activist, Naomi Klein's book. It deals with how governments and corporations use economic crises to shock and exploit third world countries and the vulnerable, the ordinary citizen being the loser, while corporations rake in trillions. This documentary film deals with many of the issues and problems that beset our country.

Please spread the word.

Forward to the struggle against exploitation.

Fahrie Hassan
072 481 8835

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