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POLITICAL  FILM REVIEW 
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#303                                                                          
                        NEWSLETTER OF THE POLITICAL FILM SOCIETY, INC.        
                                                                         
March 1, 2008
AND THE WINNERS ARE . . . 
When polls closed on March 1, 2008, Amazing Grace was the biggest  recipient 
of Political Film Society awards, having won best film of 2007 on  democracy 
and best film on human rights. The winners  are-- 
Best Film on Democracy:                Amazing Grace (director  Michael 
Apted) 
Best Film Exposť:                            American Gangster  (director, 
Ridley Scott) 
Best Film on Human Rights:          Amazing Grace  (director, Michael Apted) 
Best Film on Peace:                          O Jerusalem (director,  Elie 
Chouraqui)



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