Thursday, September 11, 2008

Oscar-Nominated Documentary Available on YouTube

No End in Sight, the critically acclaimed 2007 documentary about the lead-up to the Iraq War, can now be seen on YouTube – but for a limited time only. Directed by Charles Ferguson and distributed by Magnolia Pictures, the film chronicles the feuds, miscalculations, and strategic blunders following the fall of Baghdad in 2003:

The entire film will be available on YouTube from September 1st to November 11th – making it the first Oscar-nominated full-length documentary to use the site as a distribution outlet. The No End in Sight YouTube channel also features behind-the-scenes footage and interviews about the making of the film. By uploading to YouTube, the filmmakers hope the film reaches a wider audience, beyond those who caught it at their local movie theater during its limited release. So if you haven’t already, do yourself a favor and check out this film. Regardless of your political affiliation, you’ll be glad you did.


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