In Bed With a Mosquito
A documentary short by Sarah Frank. Music by Noisola and Mary Timony. Betty Brassell has spent nearly every day of her retirement, rain or shine, protesting in some streets of New York City, her walker currently emblazoned with “Arrest Cheney”.
But when an injury sidelines her from a busy schedule of protests and vigils, Betty, seventy eight, is home bound and finds herself wondering how much longer she will be able to take it to those streets. “In Bed with a Mosquito” is an intimate portrait of activism and aging in New York City.
Lee’s Life For Lies
This Release is based on personal information found on a flash memory device belonging to specialist Lee Kendell Tucker (United States Marine 590-80-5469), captured after him being wasted during an ambush on his vehicle. Lee him self was an anti war activist, proving that many United States soldiers serving in Iraq are against this war and they have no reason to fight and die.
Which Side Are You on?
A life of a social activist is one of peace, pain, and protest. Through trials and tribulations of fighting for what they believe in, a community of passionate and highly motivated individuals emerges. Elaine Brower is no stranger to this community of social protesters.
Her involvement in an anti war movement grew rapidly in two thousand three. Now, she joins thousands of people in a fight against war, with one person in mind, her son. This is a documentary produced by Rowan University students from November two thousand seven to May two thousand eight.