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CHUO 89.1 - The 5 O'Clock Train Interview

Posted by Noah Bingham on Thursday, June 16, 2011.

Hey All,

Here's an interview with Amar, myself and Christian Leger, spokesperson for the Justice for Mohamed Harkat Committee, that we did with The 5 O'Clock Train on CHUO 89.1 FM in Ottawa. Our first live interview in studio!

Check it out here or here.

ST5 - Ottawa Radio-2

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Posted by Noah Bingham on Wednesday, June 15, 2011.

If you have not seen this film, DON'T MISS IT. Doc on Omar Khadr "You Don't Like the Truth - 4 Days inside Guantanamo" on TVO, tonight at 9pm EST and Sunday June 19, 7pm EST. An incredible film by Luc Cote & Patricio Henriquez.

You Don't Like the Truth

"You Don't Like the Truth: A teenager, a locked room and the ugly truth." Rick Groen, GLOBE AND MAIL

"Reminiscent of Errol Morris' The Thin Blue Line or Standard Operating Procedure, You Don't Like The Truth is a politically loaded documentary." Suzan Ayscough, SCREEN DAILY

"A frankly gobsmacking documentary." Liz Braun, THE TORONTO SUN

"If this documentary doesn't fill you with sorrow, fury and revulsion, then democracy, human rights and justice are hollow words and we belong in the same moral dead zone as fanatics who oppress and destroy in the name of faith." Bruce DeMara, TORONTO STAR

"This film is important, and deserves to be seen" George Stroumboulopoulos, CBC

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Photos from Ottawa fundraiser

Posted by Noah Bingham on Tuesday, June 14, 2011.

Photos of our fundraising event last week, below! A huge success!!! Thank you all who attended and contributed. Thank you Sophie, Justice for Mohamed Harkat, Yavar, Mathew, Kelsey, Tyrone and everyone else that helped out!!!

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Photos from CHUO 89.1 Radio Interview

Posted by Noah Bingham on Sunday, June 12, 2011.

New photos from a radio interview at CHUO 89.1 FM in Ottawa! Photos and video of the event on the 9th to come.

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Stop the Presses!!!

Posted by Noah Bingham on Saturday, June 11, 2011.

We have had two recent articles written about the project. Check them out!!! Spread the word, and share with friends!
Documenting Canada's "war on terror" by Sara Falconer

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Art Threat
Help Make this Documentary! by Ezra Winton

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Event in Ottawa - Thursday June 9th - REMINDER!

Posted by Noah Bingham on Monday, June 06, 2011.

Hey Everyone in Ottawa!

We'll be holding an event in town. Please come out, would love to see everyone over there. Bring a friend too!

Here are the details:

with Sophie Harkat (The Justice for Mohamed Harkat Committee)

Thursday, June 9, 2011 @  7pm
J.C. Wylllie Boardroom, PSAC building.
233 Gilmour Street (corner of Metcalfe) Ottawa. MAP
Free Admission


Ottawa - June 9th - Event Map

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FITC // Storytelling X.0 - June 20th 2011

Posted by Noah Bingham on Wednesday, June 01, 2011.

Catherine Lathwell, ST5 Outreach Coordinator, will be speaking about her project, Chasing Men who Stare at Arrays, and The Secret Trial 5 at the FITC - Digital Storytelling X.0 Conference on June 20, 2011. An interesting conference about technology and storytelling if you can attend.

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Digital Storytelling X.0 is a one day symposium exploring how digital technologies are changing forms of storytelling today. New technologies are changing how we communicate at ever faster intervals. What the digital landscape will look like in 2015 or 2020 is anybody’s guess. As transmedia, cross-media and augmented reality raise the bar for how new stories will be told, how can new and experienced digital storytellers stay ahead of the curve?

This day is about connecting today’s best practices with future possibles and envisioning multiple ways that stories might be told. It will change the way you think, design and communicate. Digital Storytelling X.0 brings together visionary thinkers and innovative trail blazers for an in-depth discussion of emergent trends, best practices, and inspiring projects, to sketch out ideas of where we may be heading next and how to make your projects part of those futures.