Pay2 Play and Shadows of Democracy – Double Feature!

PRESENTED BY: Meaningful Movies at Cascade Park
5:30 PM, Thursday, September 15, 2016 PST
Location: Vancouver, WA (click for map)


PAY 2 PLAY: Democracy’s High Stakes is an entertaining documentary about the corrupting influence of money in politics featuring Robert Reich, Lawrence Lessig, Marianne Williamson, Noam Chomsky, Van Jones and more.  The film explores the status quo and offers a set of simple solutions we can all work on together to take back our representation in government.

Shadows of Democracy — a film ‘mash-up’ that includes segments from the documentaries “The Corporation”, “Shadows of Liberty”, and Move to Amend’s “Legalize Democracy”.

We are screening these two films to highlight the corrosive influence of large amounts of money in political campaigns and to support initiative I-735 to rid it from our system.  You will not find coverage of this important topic in the major media outlets because they benefit from its existence.

We will also have a Community Conversation about the movie Wednesday, September 21 at the same venue.  Both evenings will feature pizza and pop or water.  Donations are accepted to support Friends of Cascade Park Library, the event sponsor.  If you have already seen the movies and do not want to see them again, you are still welcome to the Community Conversation.

Sponsors: Friends of Cascade Park Library

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Release Year: 2014

Running Time: 52

Director: John Wellington Ennis

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