The Camden 28 [videorecording] / produced, written and directed by Anthony Giacchino
- Camden, New Jersey, summer, 1971. Protests against the Vietnam war are spreading across America. A group of 28 non-violent activists plan to break into a local draft board office and destroy records in an attempt to strike a blow against the 'system.' But a mole has infiltrated their operation and within hours of beginning their mission they are rounded up and arrested by the FBI, under the personal authority of J. Edgar Hoover.
- Audience Notes:
- Not rated.
- Originally produced in 2006.
"Human Rights Watch."
Special features: Multiple interviews; bonus archival footage; the Camden 28 reunion; essay from Howard Zinn; filmmaker biographies.
- Creation/Production Credits Note:
- Director of photography, David Dougherty ; editor, Brandon Park ; music, Michael Giacchino.
- Technical Details:
- DVD; Dolby Digital.
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