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Musicwood: Annapolis Film Festival Documentary Selection

Produced by my friend Josh Granger.
Director Maxine Trump and Producer Josh Granger expected for Q & A to follow screenings
81 min, USA/Madagascar, 2012, documentary
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Old-growth forests, famous guitar-makers, Native American loggers, and a radical environmental group meet (and sometimes clash) in this modern twist on a classic story: an urgent battle between the white man and Native Americans, where age-old land disputes upend our simplistic view of indigenous peoples and the past. The guitar-makers are on a desperate mission: to negotiate with Native American loggers and change the way a rare rain forest is logged before it’s too late for acoustic guitars. Featuring musical acts including Steve Earle and Yo La Tengo in a story where it’s often impossible to tell the good guys from the bad, Musicwood is a political thriller with a heart of music.
Screening 1: Friday, March 22, 4:00 pm, St. Anne’s Church
Screening 2: Sunday, March 24, 4:30 pm, Bay Theatre

* Official Selection, DOC NYC Film Festival 2012, Santa Barbara International Film Festival 2012

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