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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday December 21, 2017

The holiday season begins this week, and you know what that means: the annual Open Sources Guelph Political Movies Special. Each year, we choose four politically-themed movies to highlight as potential viewing during the holiday break when regular politics mostly takes a few weeks off. This year, we’ve got quite a diverse crop: a zany comedy about Middle East peace starring Adam Sandler, a new documentary about the economy featuring the former U.S. Secretary of Labour, a racially-charged and themed horror film, and the latest film about the struggles of the U.K. working class from Ken Loach (guess who chose that one). Continue reading

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Open Sources Show Notes for Thursday December 24, 2015

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Merry Christmas! To celebrate the holiday season, and to enjoy a well-earned break, this edition of Open Sources Guelph will be a special one. Or rather it will be a special. This week, the show is all about our favourite political movies. From the struggles of standing between competing parties in the Danish parliament to comedic efforts to beat the odds and be elected President of the United States, from the struggles of a Communist fighting the Spanish Civil War to the reconsideration of an American pariah, these are our selections for favourite political movies. Continue reading

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