Film Annex Article #2: Stories About NATO

My second article is up on Film Annex! It deals with the Stories About NATO channel, which has a bunch of short little films made from footage provided by natochannel.tv. The footage was provided with the condition that it is used to make balanced, non-propagandized material, so don’t worry about this being some kind of pro-NATO (or anti-NATO) campaign. Stories About NATO just wants to get the conversation going about NATO’s current and future actions, and the more different kinds of voices you can have in one conversation, the more interesting it is going to be.

NATO on the Go (Full article, as well as links to videos and more information, is available on my Film Annex page.)

I would also like to take this opportunity to say to my reading public: I’m sorry. FA articles aside, I know I’ve been absent in my writing lately, for lots of various reasons, the most important being 1) I have been frantically searching for a job, and 2) I have been delving into a fictional writing project that needed a considerable amount of attention for a while. Now that things have calmed down a bit (the how of which may or may not be forthcoming in a future post, depending on how relevant it seems later), I promise I will be back to my regularly scheduled programming very soon. In addition to my brilliant thoughts about movies and television, you can still expect to see some posts linked to FA (assuming they keep me on as a blogger–fingers crossed!) So do me a favor: read my articles! And watch a couple videos. They ones I write about will be available on my channel, and they are all pretty short. Also, because it’s about international politics it might make you feel cool and relevant as well. Though I make no promises.

Just…read the articles. Please–for me?

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About spark

In August 2011, after an entire lifetime of indiscriminate viewing, I had to cancel my DVR cable with the HD channels due to financial difficulties. Let's see what happens now.

Posted on March 19, 2012, in Film Annex and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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