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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Pelosi, Alexandra

Citizen U.S.A. a 50 state road trip /
"Come along on an epic road trip across America to all 50 states to meet a diverse group of brand new citizens from over a hundred different countries to find out why they chose America." -- Container.
DVD 11811
Friends of God
"In this slice-of-life exploration, Pelosi travels the red states to meet a dizzying array of open and forthright evangelicals, representing a broad sampling of the community. Her up-close and personal encounters range from Joel Osteen to pastor Ted Haggard to Jerry Falwell himself. Evangelical Christians living in America today have become a formidable force in our culture and democracy-- Pelosi travels across the heartland to try to learn more about what their influence may mean for the future of our country."--Container.
DVD 5897
Journeys with George a home movie /
An unprecedented, all access pass to candidate George W. Bush in the months before he won the closest and most controversial presidential election in history. The documentary looks at the contradictions and seductions of big-time political reporting.
DVD 5001