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Praise for THE CAMDEN 28

“However galvanic the present seems for moviemakers, history brings out the best in documentaries . . . So it's easy to be seduced by Anthony Giacchino's "The Camden 28". For aging rads, it's something of a gift; for the under-30 conscientious, it could be an inspiration.” -Michael Atkinson, The Village Voice

“If protest seems futile, "The Camden 28" shows how it can be done…Stirring, surprising, full of twists and turns, betrayals and redemption.” -Anthony Kaufman, San Francisco Film Society

“The unspoken parallels between Iraq and Vietnam and the antiwar movements then and now are illustrated by "The Camden 28," a poignant documentary recalling the all-but-forgotten trial of 28 Vietnam War opponents, mostly members of the Catholic Left, who were prosecuted for breaking into a draft board office in August 1971.”
-Stephen Holden, The New York Times

“A story of resistance, friendship, and betrayal played out against the backdrop of one of the most turbulent periods in recent American history.” -Human Rights Watch Film Festival

{Jury Prize for Best Documentary, Philadelphia Film Festival 2006}
{Audience Award for Best Documentary, Philadelphia Film Festival 2006}