“… In my review of A Conversation About Race, I suggested that Craig Bodeker make more of the raw interviews available. Bodeker’s new DVD More of . . . A Conversation About Race is pretty much what I had in mind…”
The Occidental Quarterly
Two years have passed since Craig Bodeker began shooting the remarkable interviews that became the bulk of his documentary; A Conversation about Race.
Much has happened since then.
Supposedly racist America DID elect our first black President.
And for the first time in modern America, groups of largely white Americans are organizing for their basic rights, which are being trampled upon by our new PC culture.
These spontaneous eruptions of Democracy are being called Tea Parties. And the Mainstream Media companies that “inform” us are in panic mode over them. The Old Media are using any means possible to discredit this Tea Party Movement, BECAUSE OF it’s racial make-up…!
In a surprisingly candid new 2010 interview, Craig announced that his film; A Conversation about Race, was actually shot to be feature length, not the 60 minute piece we know today. And because of the film’s success, Craig is releasing the previously unseen footage, as a supplement to; A Conversation about Race, called; MORE OF- A Conversation about Race.
This DVD contains adult language and may not be suitable for children.
“A CONVERSATION ABOUT RACE” is now available for viewing at the National Citizen’s League website at www.nclnow.org.
a 58 minute documentary by film maker, Craig Bodeker.
Warning – the film contains adult language.
Written and Produced by Craig Bodeker
Associate Producer – Hans Damkoehler
Editors – Hans Damkoehler, Craig Bodeker
Camera – Hans Damkoehler, Marco Ort
Illustrations – Alex Ferreira
Hair and Makeup – Jennifer Mariani
Production Assistants: Natalie Schumacher and Ivon Juteau
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“A Conversation about Race” Trailer edited by Hans Damkoehler
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