Ms. Garbus participated by remote access from New York City.
Liz Garbus talked about her film, Shouting Fire: Stories from the Edge of Free Speech, and she responded to telephone calls and electronic correspondence. The film is an exploration of the current state of free speech in America, as well as a historical perspective of the issue. Shooting Fire premiered Monday, June 29th , 2009, on HBO.
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