Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Citizenfour, a best documentary, at Robinson Film Center, Shreveport; talk session Thurs, Jan 22, 6 pm, with Times editor Alison Bath

"Snowden: Thanks for the truth," Nine Elms Lane, London, opposite the construction site for the new US Embassy

“Every border you cross, every purchase you make, every call you dial... is in the hands of a system whose reach is unlimited but whose safeguards are not.”

RFC hosts a Q&A screening of Oscar-nominated documentary Citizenfour at 6 pm, Jan. 22, with guest Shreveport Times Executive Editor Alison Bath. The film "dramatically straddles the divide between art and journalism, cinema and reportage," says The Guardian, and plays as "the most chilling thriller of the year."

Also speaking: Chief Technology Officer of Enterprise Computing Services Ken McCoy. McCoy has worked in IT for both large and small customers across the country as well as on government contracts, specializing in security. He has many top IT industry certifications and is one of the few Cisco Certified Internetwork Experts in Louisiana, says RFC.


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