As WWII ramped up, Americans found a previously unimaginable access to news and information: the movies. Through newsreels, Americans were able to find out about the war effort on a regular basis. Filmmakers and propagandists, on the other hand, found an unprecedented way to control the message. Educator and film scholor Joel Clements will explore how newsreels and animated shorts used the popular medium of movies to shape ideas and attitudes as the United States plunged into war.
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With support from Bigfoot Beverages, Central Oregon Radiology Associates, P.C., Century Insurance Group, LLC; the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation; Jones & Roth CPAs & Business Advisors and Summit Bank.