Oscar Nominated for Best Documentary, Glenn Silber and Barry Alexander Brown's powerful documentary uses the ten-year history of antiwar resistance in one American town, Madison, Wisconsin, as a microcosm of the national Antiwar Movement in the '60s & early '70s. Stereotype-busting interviews with student activists, police, Vietnam vets and others illuminate a trove of rare archival film, from the earliest antiwar protest in 1963 -- to the violent confrontation against the Dow Chemical Co., producers of napalm, in 1967; to the bombing of the Army Math Research Center in 1970 -- to the end of the U.S. role in Vietnam in '73. This vital work of politically-charged non-fiction is newly restored in 4K and re-released now in yet another period of U.S. political conflict and turmoil.

  • Oct 12, 2018
  • Documentary

Cast & Crew


  • GLENN SILBERDirector