This 2006 documentary presents the facts behind the United States government's surveillance of John Lennon as a result of his anti-war activities and general disregard for authority. After watching the film, you may find yourself longing for the days when pop stars were considered a dangerous enough threat to the status-quo to warrant government surveillance. The film is being screened as part of the UCI Film and Video Center's Winter Program and will be introduced by Jon Wiener, historical consultant for the film, and professor of history at UCI. Directors David Leaf and John Scheinfeld will also be in attendance for a Q&A after the screening. Keep an eye on this column for future screenings as part of the Film and Video Center's remarkable... More >>>