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Embargo Special Screening & Panel

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Documentary filmmaker Jeri Rice will present a special screening of Embargo, a film that chronicles her personal journey for truth, beginning with a rare meeting with Cuban Premier Fidel Castro in 2002, when the Communist leader tells her the utopia he tried to create had failed, and he was unable to fix it.

Along with information from recently declassified documents and original interviews with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Sergei Khrushchev, Ted Sorensen, and Lucie Arnav, among others, an unprecedented array of historical political, social, and cultural perspectives are revealed dating back before the 1959 Cuban revolution that catapulted Castro to power, which led to the failed CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and 1962's Cuban Missile Crisis.

Documentary filmmaker Jeri Rice will present a special screening of Embargo, a film that chronicles her personal journey for truth, beginning with a rare meeting with Cuban Premier Fidel Castro in 2002, when the Communist leader tells her the utopia he tried to create had failed, and he was unable to fix it.

Along with information from recently declassified documents and original interviews with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Sergei Khrushchev, Ted Sorensen, and Lucie Arnav, among others, an unprecedented array of historical political, social, and cultural perspectives are revealed dating back before the 1959 Cuban revolution that catapulted Castro to power, which led to the failed CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and 1962's Cuban Missile Crisis.

Documentary filmmaker Jeri Rice will present a special screening of Embargo, a film that chronicles her personal journey for truth, beginning with a rare meeting with Cuban Premier Fidel Castro in 2002, when the Communist leader tells her the utopia he tried to create had failed, and he was unable to fix it.

Along with information from recently declassified documents and original interviews with Robert F. Kennedy, Jr., Sergei Khrushchev, Ted Sorensen, and Lucie Arnav, among others, an unprecedented array of historical political, social, and cultural perspectives are revealed dating back before the 1959 Cuban revolution that catapulted Castro to power, which led to the failed CIA-backed Bay of Pigs invasion and 1962's Cuban Missile Crisis.

WHEN

WHERE

Smoky Rose
8602 Garland Rd.
Dallas, TX
http://embargomovie.com/events/2016/3/24/lbj-presidential-library

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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