Film: "My Child - Mothers of War", Wed 16 Aug 7:30 pm @ YBCA

I got a call from the production company asking to promote this movie to
the membership. I don't know anything else about it.

The FilmArts Foundation is hosting a screening of the film, "My Child -
Mothers of War," on Wednesday night, the 16th, at 7:30 pm at the Yerba
Buena Center for the Arts Screening Room, 701 Mission St. (at 3rd) in San
Francisco. It costs $6-8.

According to the producers, "The film is an honest look into the lives of
American mothers who have dealt with sending their sons to war. We invite
you, your friends, family, and colleagues to experience this explosive,
award-winning documentary and join in discussion after the screening with
director Angeliki Giannakopoulos."

~Chris

Dear Everyone;

For more on the film see: http://www.mychildthemovie.com/

Or these other URL's from Google:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q="My+Child+-Mothers+Of+War"

There's an interesting diverse cast of characters and groups supporting this film. Mainly liberal and left-wing and socialist and anti-war groups and so on but it did get some nice film industry awards.

The movie has as its focus mothers and their thoughts on their son's in the line of fire and what if...

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

I vote "No" to LPSF involvement, since I still stand by Libertarian
principles of non-intervention.

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, Ron Getty <tradergroupe@...>
wrote:

Dear Everyone;

For more on the film see: http://www.mychildthemovie.com/

Or these other URL's from Google:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q="My+Child+-Mothers+Of+War"

There's an interesting diverse cast of characters and groups

supporting this film. Mainly liberal and left-wing and socialist and
anti-war groups and so on but it did get some nice film industry
awards.

The movie has as its focus mothers and their thoughts on their

son's in the line of fire and what if...

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

From: Christopher R. Maden <crism@...>
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 6:43:44 PM
Subject: [lpsf-discuss] Film: "My Child - Mothers of War", Wed 16

Aug 7:30 pm @ YBCA

I got a call from the production company asking to promote this

movie to

the membership. I don't know anything else about it.

The FilmArts Foundation is hosting a screening of the film, "My

Child -

Mothers of War," on Wednesday night, the 16th, at 7:30 pm at the

Yerba

Buena Center for the Arts Screening Room, 701 Mission St. (at 3rd)

in San

Francisco. It costs $6-8.

According to the producers, "The film is an honest look into the

lives of

American mothers who have dealt with sending their sons to war. We

invite

you, your friends, family, and colleagues to experience this

explosive,

award-winning documentary and join in discussion after the

screening with

I'm not sure the LPSF should be involved in promoting commercial enterprises, but, in any event, now the group knows about the movie.
  Francoise

"Amarcy D. Berry" <amarcyb@...> wrote:
  I vote "No" to LPSF involvement, since I still stand by Libertarian
principles of non-intervention.

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, Ron Getty
wrote:

Dear Everyone;

For more on the film see: http://www.mychildthemovie.com/

Or these other URL's from Google:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q="My+Child+-Mothers+Of+War"

There's an interesting diverse cast of characters and groups

supporting this film. Mainly liberal and left-wing and socialist and
anti-war groups and so on but it did get some nice film industry
awards.

The movie has as its focus mothers and their thoughts on their

son's in the line of fire and what if...

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

From: Christopher R. Maden
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 6:43:44 PM
Subject: [lpsf-discuss] Film: "My Child - Mothers of War", Wed 16

Aug 7:30 pm @ YBCA

I got a call from the production company asking to promote this

movie to

the membership. I don't know anything else about it.

The FilmArts Foundation is hosting a screening of the film, "My

Child -

Mothers of War," on Wednesday night, the 16th, at 7:30 pm at the

Yerba

Buena Center for the Arts Screening Room, 701 Mission St. (at 3rd)

in San

Francisco. It costs $6-8.

According to the producers, "The film is an honest look into the

lives of

American mothers who have dealt with sending their sons to war. We

invite

you, your friends, family, and colleagues to experience this

explosive,

award-winning documentary and join in discussion after the

screening with

director Angeliki Giannakopoulos."

~Chris
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Dear Marcy;

What's non-intervention got to do with a film about mothers talking about their feelings about their sons being in danger from enemy fire? I got sorta lost with your statement.

Also there was no vote or nothing like that it's just if you want to go - go already if not - then not. Nobody say anything about this being an official attended LPSF event or spnsored by or encouraged by???

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

Dear Francoise;

I believe Chris was forwarding a request out of the goodness of his heart for anyone interested who wanted to attend - nothing was said about promoting this as an LPSF event or this was an LPSF event or anything of the nature or it was a commercial enterprise to support.

It's as always strictly voluntary by personal choice - IF you know of the event.

Seeing as how notices of events have appeared on LPSF discuss covering a diversity of topics all of them not exactly word for word toe the line Libertarian principles wise or exclusively Libertarian events only what's the beef?

It's a posting of an event go if you wanna.......

Unless of course you and everybody else feels we should have an event posting censor who would see if the event passed the sniff test for Libertarian issues orientation? If so ask Justin to put it on the Oct. LPSF agenda as the Sept LPSF will be heavily oriented around candidates and issues and ballot recommendations.

Otherwise post events which could be of interest to the group as a whole being in fact as to the eclectic nature of this group with its wide ranging interests and likes and dislikes and tastes and dis-tastes so on and so forth.....and it doesn't necessarily mean it has to be specifically Libertarian oriented.......

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

Dear Ron,

Good that Chris posted the announcement, and thank you for your
giving further information on this movie. I am happy to see all
viewpoints on this list. Perhaps mine was a little too visceral a
reaction, and I offer apologies. However, in answer to your question
of what does non-intervention have to do with kids in danger, I would
say everything!

Regards,

Marcy

--- In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, Ron Getty <tradergroupe@...>
wrote:

Dear Francoise;

I believe Chris was forwarding a request out of the goodness of his

heart for anyone interested who wanted to attend - nothing was said
about promoting this as an LPSF event or this was an LPSF event or
anything of the nature or it was a commercial enterprise to support.

It's as always strictly voluntary by personal choice - IF you know

of the event.

Seeing as how notices of events have appeared on LPSF discuss

covering a diversity of topics all of them not exactly word for word
toe the line Libertarian principles wise or exclusively Libertarian
events only what's the beef?

It's a posting of an event go if you wanna.......

Unless of course you and everybody else feels we should have an

event posting censor who would see if the event passed the sniff test
for Libertarian issues orientation? If so ask Justin to put it on the
Oct. LPSF agenda as the Sept LPSF will be heavily oriented around
candidates and issues and ballot recommendations.

Otherwise post events which could be of interest to the group as a

whole being in fact as to the eclectic nature of this group with its
wide ranging interests and likes and dislikes and tastes and dis-
tastes so on and so forth.....and it doesn't necessarily mean it has
to be specifically Libertarian oriented.......

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian

From: Francoise Fielding <mdm2548@...>
To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 8:50:58 PM
Subject: Re: [lpsf-discuss] Re: Film: "My Child - Mothers of War",

Wed 16 Aug 7:30 pm @ YBCA

I'm not sure the LPSF should be involved in promoting commercial

enterprises, but, in any event, now the group knows about the movie.

Francoise

"Amarcy D. Berry" <amarcyb@...> wrote:
I vote "No" to LPSF involvement, since I still stand by Libertarian
principles of non-intervention.

Marcy

— In lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com, Ron Getty
wrote:
>
> Dear Everyone;
>
> For more on the film see: http://www.mychildthemovie.com/
>
> Or these other URL's from Google:
>
> http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q="My+Child+-Mothers+Of+War%

22

>
> There's an interesting diverse cast of characters and groups
supporting this film. Mainly liberal and left-wing and socialist

and

anti-war groups and so on but it did get some nice film industry
awards.
>
> The movie has as its focus mothers and their thoughts on their
son's in the line of fire and what if...
>
> Ron Getty
> SF Libertarian
>
>
> From: Christopher R. Maden
> To: lpsf-discuss@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Monday, August 14, 2006 6:43:44 PM
> Subject: [lpsf-discuss] Film: "My Child - Mothers of War", Wed 16
Aug 7:30 pm @ YBCA
>
>
> I got a call from the production company asking to promote this
movie to
> the membership. I don't know anything else about it.
>
> The FilmArts Foundation is hosting a screening of the film, "My
Child -
> Mothers of War," on Wednesday night, the 16th, at 7:30 pm at the
Yerba
> Buena Center for the Arts Screening Room, 701 Mission St. (at

3rd)

in San
> Francisco. It costs $6-8.
>
> According to the producers, "The film is an honest look into the
lives of
> American mothers who have dealt with sending their sons to war.

We

invite
> you, your friends, family, and colleagues to experience this
explosive,
> award-winning documentary and join in discussion after the
screening with
> director Angeliki Giannakopoulos."
>
> ~Chris
> --
> Christopher R. Maden, Principal Consultant, crism consulting
> XML-SGML-HTML-DTDs-schemas-XSL-DSSSL-conversion-training-ebooks-

B2B

Dear Marcy,

What I was looking at was the fact that due to intervention their were mothers who could be interviewed for the documentary and if enough people saw the movie then they would ask the questions about why are we intervening in the first place so there are mothers to interview who had sons who were being forced into the lines of danger by the interventionist Bushista Regime and maybe something should be done to stop the Interventionistas. Tah Dah.

Ron Getty
SF Libertarian