Film Screening
"No End in Sight"

April 16, 2007

Director Charles Ferguson talks about his movie at the screening of No End in Sight on April 16.

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Directed by Charles Ferguson (2006)

On May 1, 2003, President Bush declared that major combat operations in Iraq had ended.  Almost four years later, 3,000 American soldiers and tens of thousands of Iraqi civilians are dead, and Iraq still burns. What happened? Drawing on surprisingly frank interviews with an impressive array of high-level government officials, military personnel and journalists, Charles Ferguson zeroes in on the months immediately before and after the toppling of Saddam in this riveting film. English. 102 minutes.

Charles Ferguson is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations, a director of the French-American Foundation and CEO of Representational Pictures. A senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, Ferguson is also cofounder of Vermeer Technologies, the developers of FrontPage. "No End in Sight" is his first film.

Mr. Ferguson calls on the audience for questions following the screening.
Charles Ferguson





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