Investigating Asshole Culture. Below the Radar podcast

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Date created
2020-03-03
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Author: Walker, John
Author: Johal, Am
Abstract
On this episode of Below the Radar, our host Am Johal sits down with John Walker, an award-winning Canadian filmmaker widely known for his documentary films, such as Québec My Country Mon Pays (2016) and Arctic Defenders (2013). He is also one of the co-founders of the Documentary Organization of Canada. In this conversation, John talks about his latest film, Assholes: A Theory. The film is based on the work of Aaron James, author of a book of the same name. Together, they investigate “asshole culture”, and the conditions of our contemporary culture that allows assholes to thrive. Here you can find upcoming screenings of Assholes: A Theory:https://www.assholesatheory.com/upcoming-screenings/And here is the link to the film on the National FIlm Board of Canada:https://www.nfb.ca/film/assholes-a-theory/
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On Episode 40 of Below the Radar, Am Johal interviews John Walker
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btrp40
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