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American Psychosis
Directed by
Amanda Zackem

USA / 2016 / 14:45

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SHORTS: Docs 2.

Pulitzer-prize winning Journalist, Author and Activist Chris Hedges, discusses modern day consumerism, totalitarian corporate power and living in a culture dominated by pervasive illusion.
Amanda Zackem was Co-Director of Cinematography for the documentary Germans & Jews and Producer of the feature length documentaries, The Trial of the St. Patrick's Four and Blind Spot. Her short documentary on women's cycling pioneer Georgena Terry won Best Female Directed short at the Cornwall Film Festival and her short experimental film The Black Series, won Best Cinematography at the Women's Independent Film Festival. Her most recent shot documentary American Psychosis, has screened at film festivals world-wide and won Best of Fest at the Colorado Environmental Film Festival and Best Documentary at the Lake George Film Festival. She previously taught at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University in the Multimedia, Photography and Design Department.
Cast/Featuring: Chris Hedges
Executive Producer(s): Amanda Zackem
Producer(s): Amanda Zackem
Director(s): Amanda Zackem
Screenwriter(s): Amanda Zackem
Cinematographer(s): Amanda Zackem
Editor(s): Amanda Zackem
Composer(s)/Music: Jonathan Zalben
Sound Designer(s): Dan Mazur
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