Tag Archives: Jennifer Abbott

Saturday Matinee: The Corporation

Director Jennifer Abbott and Mark Achbar’s “The Corporation” (2003) is a comprehensively researched film exploring the history of corporations, how they operate and how they’ve come to attain so much political power. Related topics include the 1933 attempted corporate coup … Continue reading

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Saturday Matinee: Documentary Double Feature

Today I’m featuring two classic political documentaries, both more than a decade old (from 2003) yet still equally topical and among the best films on their respective subject matters. The first is Mark Achbar and Jennifer Abbott’s “The Corporation”, a … Continue reading

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