Playing Columbine

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Uploaded on October 27, 2008 by AFIFEST

DIR Danny Ledonne
PROD Audrey Brohy

A video game that allows players to reenact the Columbine massacre is slammed in the press, opening a wave of anti-gaming repercussions. this provocative documentary follows the controversy, asking questions about gaming culture, free speech and the media’s role in fanning the flames.

Fri. Nov 7, 7:10 pm, ArcLight 08 /
Sat. Nov 8, 3:15 pm, ArcLight 14

AFI Fest 2008, Playing Columbine, Danny Ledonne, Audrey Brohy, American Film Institute, Documentaries, Free Speech, Gaming, Hollywood, Trailers, Arclight, Cinemas, California, Los Angeles, Celebrities, Film Festival, Documentary Competition, World Premiere, Entertainment


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