Politics on Film aims to highlight political film broadly, providing a platform for filmmakers who focus on government, the electoral process, or pressing public policy issues.
Politics on Film screens works exploring politics, issues, or policy-oriented subject matter – from broad comedies to probing documentaries and everything in between. Any film set in or around government (federal, state or local); government agencies; political campaigns and elections; public policy or social issues such as health care, taxation, welfare, education, agricultural policy, energy supply and policy, trade, human rights or foreign aid programs; defense, war or foreign affairs; advocacy or civic movements, either contemporary or historical in nature will be considered.
Date: May 7 to 10, 2009
Location: Washington, DC – USA