"The U.S. vs. John Lennon" and Filmmakers at Carpenter Center
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This was a film regarding the problems John Lennon had with the U.S. government trying to deport him because of his anti-war activities during the 1970's. It was very interesting for people who had grown up loving the Beatles, and didn't realize...continued
“The U.S. vs. John Lennon,” written & directed by David Leaf & John Scheinfeld
This film is a compelling and provocative look at John Lennon’s transformation from beloved musical artist to anti-war activist to iconic inspiration for peace that also reveals the true story of why and how the U.S. Government tried to silence him. The film will also show that this was not just an isolated episode in American history but that the issues and struggles of that era remain relevant today. Includes special Q & A session with writers/directors David Leaf & John Scheinfeld.