Saturday, October 3rd, 12:45pm

Sweet Crude documentary at Tacoma Film Festival


A film about the Niger Delta consequences of oil extraction, history of non-violent protest, and members of a new insurgency who, in the 3 years since the filmmakers met them as college students became the young men of MEND. Seattle-based filmmaker Sandy Cioffi was held in Nigerian military prison with her crew while making this movie in 2008.

a classic example of urgent, righteous-indignation agitprop cinema that succeeds in being not just angry, but art. Variety

More about the film: www.sweetcrudemovie.com


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Location
Tacoma Art Museum
1701 Pacific Ave.
Tacoma, WA
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"Sandy Cioffi", "Sweet Crude", Africa, documentary, film, Niger Delta, Nigeria