The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Video

Sometimes, a good documentary is all about being in the right place at the right time. It does not get much better for Kim Bartley and Donnacha O'Briain, who, in late 2001 began filming a documentary about Hugo Chavez, the controversial President of Venezuela. As they worked on their documentary, events in Venezuela reached a fever pitch and the duo was able to capture on film a coup from the perspective of the Chavez government. The footage is remarkable, especially given that actual events were so clouded by propaganda on both sides. What is clear is that this was a coup orchestrated with the crucial help of the media. Without their support, it would not have been successful.

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Awards 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised'
has won to date include:

Jury Award, Best Documentary,
Malaga Int'l Film Festival (Spain)

Needle Award,
Seattle Film Festival (USA)

Le Prix George du Beau Regard International, Best Documentary,
FID Marseilles Film Festival (France)

Best Feature Documentary,
Galway Film Fleadh, (Ireland)

The David Wolper Documentary Film Grand Prize, for Best Documentary, 2003 Wine & Country Film Festival (USA)

1st Prize, Best Documentary,
3 Continents Film Festival, (South Africa)

The Silver Hugo Award,

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