United States of Distraction: Fighting the Fake News Invasion

by Project Censored

Student shot and produced, United States of Distraction: Fighting The Fake News Invasion chronicles critical media literacy and faculty experts, students, and media makers whom provide contextual analysis for understanding the current rise of the so-called “fake news” phenomenon. In addition to deconstructing fake news, the film reminds us that this is not a new development, but rather, a form of propaganda. The interviews provided in the film offer solutions for mitigating the pernicious influence of false content on America’s democratic institutions. Edited narrated by Abby Martin.

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“United States of Distraction” Movie Screening Funding

$6,804 of $10,000 raised

The newest Project Censored Movie, United States of Distraction: Fighting the Fake News Invasion, is currently wrapping up production and we believe it is one of the most comprehensive accounts of what is taking place in the current media landscape. This movie will prove to be a valuable teaching tool and we would love to screen it for willing schools and Universities. Help us educate our youth on what is really taking place in the media and why. When this fundraiser if fully funded we will take the movie on the road and show it across the nation!

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Book a Showing for your University, School, or learning Institution

Would you like to book a screening for your learning institution and have one of the Project Censored team members attend for a Q&A? Project Censored is currently raising funds for such screenings and if we have the funds we will make it work. If the learning institution has a budget for such screenings it will be even easier to arrange it! Please contact Nolan Higdon or Mickey Huff for screening coordination.

Behind the Scenes Footage and Participants of the Movie

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