Uncounted Loves LA! (And San Diego)
We here at UNCOUNTED central believe that if Jed Bartlet had been our real President instead of just our President, our broken electoral system would have been fixed long ago. But since he's not and it hasn't, our travels continue.
Week 4: What Happens to a Dream Deferred?
Nashville, Tennessee businessman, Athan Gibbs, knew that it was not too much for voters to expect their vote to be counted and counted accurately. That's the American way, right?
Wednesday, July 23, 2008(1 comments)
Why Diebold's Disreputable Distinction is Dead On Deserved
Each week until the election we will release a clip from UNCOUNTED because now,more than ever,people need to see stories that will motivate them to stand up and help save our democracy.This week we offer the David v. Goliath story of Bruce Funk,whose whistleblowing helped give Diebold their well-deserved reputation.He has every right to be a bitter man.He can't think of anything more important to do with his life than to work
Wednesday, July 16, 2008
Clint Curtis - Million Dollar Programmer
Note from David Earnhardt, "Uncounted" filmmaker: Each week until the election we will release a clip from UNCOUNTED because now, more than ever, people need to see stories that will motivate them to stand up and help save our democracy. Please spread these clips around - to the bleary-eyed and the overworked and the uninspired and the skeptical.
'Uncounted' Update: Wundervoll! Merveilleux! Jolly Good Show, Old Chap!
We just received notice that Uncounted was accepted into the Globians Film Festival in Potsdam,Germany in August [Road trip? --ed.]with an additional screening in Berlin at Babylon:Mitte,Berlin's preeminent art-house facility,in September.But it's not just this one festival that has us excited.It has been shown by groups like Democrats Abroad at screenings in Germany,France,India, Spain,Mexico,Japan,Cambodia,and England...
Wednesday, May 7, 2008
"Uncounted": On the Road, On the Radio, and Onward in Oregon
"From the swarm of people who come up to me and tell me 'Thanks for doing this documentary' to the long standing ovations at the end of the film and the invigorating 45-minute Q&A discussions that follow, traveling with UNCOUNTED has been an astonishing experience. But what's best about this particular journey are the people..."