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The Kingdom of Survival, Thu September 8
2011, 7:00 only;
Fri September 16
2011, 7:00 only

With filmmakers in person (Sep. 8 show)

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2011, 7:00 only;
Fri September 16
2011, 7:00 only

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The Kingdom of Survival
With filmmakers in person (Sep. 8 show)
Thu September 8
2011, 7:00 only;
Fri September 16
2011, 7:00 only

Q&A W/ M.A. Littler, Philip Koepsell, and Alexander Hebert (September 8 show only)

The Kingdom of Survival is an interdisciplinary documentary combining speculative travelogue and investigative journalism in order to trace possible links between survivalism, spirituality, art, radical politics, outlaw culture, alternative media and fringe philosophy.

Circling through themes of utopianism, globalized capitalism, anarchism, intellectual and spiritual self-defense, religion and art, the film investigates physical and psychological survival strategies practiced by groups and individuals in a conflict-ridden and confused post-modern world.

Maverick writer and filmmaker M.A. Littler hits the outlaw highway in search of visions that challenge the status quo.

On his journey Littler crosses paths with renowned linguist and dissident Prof. Noam Chomsky, outlaw historian Dr. Mark Mirabello, gonzo journalist Joe Bageant, legendary reclusive cabin builder Mike Oehler, anarchist book publisher Ramsey Kanaan, egalitarian radio host Sasha Lilley and folk musician Will "The Bull" Taylor.

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