Filmed over five years, Noam Chomsky unpacks the US policies of the past half-century, laying bare the principles that have led to this worldwide, historically unprecedented concentration of private capital and political influence, favouring a financial aristocracy while relegating the world’s majorities to the margins. In a profoundly personal way, Chomsky looks back on his own life of political activism and democratic participation – sincere reflections that are not without regret.
Directed by Kelly Nyks, Jared Scott, Peter Hutchison, Denmark, 2015. Runtime 74 minutes
- Auditorium, lower ground level
- $5 + booking fee