Capturing Evil On Film

March 6, 2013

capturing evil on film

Star of “Janeane From Des Moines” Jane Edith Wilson talks about her new movie documenting her encounters with Mitt Romney, Michelle Bachmann, Newt and Calista Gingrich, and Rick Santorum as they run for President in 2012. With rave reviews from the New York Times and Variety “Janeane From Des Moines” was an official selection at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival and is available right now on iTunes. Click here to leave a review of this podcast.

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One Response to Capturing Evil On Film

  1. Spocko March 8, 2013 at 4:43 pm

    Great episode! I’m really looking forward to the film.
    I wrote about her appearance on your show here.
    http://my.firedoglake.com/spocko/2013/03/08/the-cost-to-destroy-a-left-wing-institution-for-acorn-its-under-300000-so-far/

    Of course I tell everyone I was listening to the Emmy award winning comedian David Feldman’s show when I heard about it.

    Really great discussion about what is “evil” and what do people really believe.

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