Published: December 28, 2012
Arts Express: Matt Damon and Director Gus Van Sant Talk Promised Land
By Prairie Miller
**Fracking Noir: A conversation with star Matt Damon and director Gus Van Sant about the subdued yet strangely disturbing clandestine corporate crime thriller, Promised Land. The latest entry into economic crisis cinema provoking reflections on the way things are, but don't necessarily have to be. In other words, we direct, you decide.
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**Jesse Ventura on the line to Arts Express to talk about political corruption in DC. As the anti-establishment oracle wrestles with solutions to combating officials getting bought and sold to the public by corporate elites. Along with his role in the upcoming dramatic feature The Drunk, about ideological turmoil in the life of a grandson of IWW founder Eugene Debs.
Stay tuned for continuing features of Arts Express: Expression In The Arts. Airing On WBAI Radio's Pacifica Network and Affiliate Stations, including WPRR Public Reality Radio. And if you'd like to Express yourself too, you can write to: ArtsExpressradio@gmail.com.
Prairie Miller is a NY multimedia journalist online, in print and on radio, and on WBAI/Pacifica National Radio Network's Arts Express. Read more reviews by Prairie Miller. Contact Prairie through NewsBlaze. Read more stories by Prairie Miller.
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