March 11: virtual screening/discussion with Paper Tiger TV and Deep Dish Satellite network founder DeeDee Halleck.
Save the date! Details and registration link coming soon!
Thursday, March 11th
4:00pm PT / 6:00pm CT / 7:00pm ET
Free, hour-long screening and discussion
DeeDee Halleck is a media activist and maker, one of the founders of Paper Tiger Television and the Deep Dish Satellite Network, and a professor in the Department of Communication at the University of California-San Diego. In 1990, before the first Gulf War started, she worked with a team of Paper Tiger and Deep Dish producers to create a series on the impending war, called The Gulf Crisis TV Project which ultimately produced ten half-hour programs which were widely shown on Public-access television stations, film festivals, the Whitney Museum, Channel Four in the UK and NHK in Japan. Her work with Deep Dish TV includes a twelve part series on the prison industrial complex in the United States entitled, Bars and Stripes (1996) and Shocking and Awful, (2004-2005) a thirteen part series on the 2003 invasion and occupation of Iraq.