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Saturday, March 24, 2007

Trespassing, the movie you didn't see at Sundance

"Trespassing" the movie you didn't see at Sundance

Rejected by Sundance Film Festival twice, and many other avant-garde film festivals, "Trespassing" documents the successful protest of the Ward Valley hazardous dump by members of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, Mojave Nation, AIM and their friends.

Winner of top film awards in Spain, Oaxaca and Tucson, the often-censored film by Carlos DeMenezes also reveals the Western Shoshone protests at the Nuclear Test Site in Nevada on Shoshone land.

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