Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning filmmaker Dorothy Fadiman launches new collection of award winning documentary films on current U.S. election issues. The collection includes STEALING AMERICA Vote by Vote, RECLAIMING THEIR VOICE: The Native American Vote in New Mexico and From the BACK-ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT & BEYOND. These films discuss important issues, such as voting irregularities, minority suffrage and reproductive rights that should be on people’s minds as we approach the November 2010 election.
Fadiman’s newest film in this collection RECLAIMING Their VOICE follows Native Americans in New Mexico taking a stand against injustice in the political process. The film premiered in New Mexico in October 2010 at the Duke City Doc Fest where it was awarded the “Best New Mexico Film Award”. It is based on personal stories that demonstrate how minority communities are using their voting rights as they participate more fully in elections. Critics have called it "... both heartbreaking and eye opening. A 'must see' to understand how fragile our democracy is” (Nancy Stapp -Taos, NM, Winner of Women in Radio Award).
To find out more about the films in this NEW collection on CURRENT ELECTION ISSUES, visit and download the films for FREE on the following PEG Media sites:
Click here to download RECLAIMING Their VOICE for FREE today!
Click here to download STEALING AMERICA for FREE today!
Click here to download From the BACK-ALLEYS to the SUPREME COURT & BEYOND - A SERIES OF FOUR INDIVIDUAL FILMS ON REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS for FREE today!