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Dear Members of the List & Others: We are VERY happy to announce:


                          Like a Beautiful Soaring PHOENIX - The




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                                      KONRAD ADERER






                    PRODUCER / DIRECTOR OF



                    Farouk Abdel-Muhti


                                "Enemy Alien"

     the story of the two-year struggle for the release of  Farouk Abdel-Muhti,

                   a Palestinian activist imprisoned by Homeland  Security.








    Konrad Aderer first studied filmmaking with Roddy Bogawa (Some Divine

Wind). Prior to becoming a filmmaker, he worked as a professional stage and

film actor and spent two years researching and writing for WNYC's

Leonard Lopate Show. Having served in technical positions in several

independent features and shorts, he made his directorial debut with the

digital video short Harlem Fight Song, which won a Cinevue Jury Award.

He served as president of the WorkSHOP (Asian American Filmmakers

Collaborative, a project of Asian Cinevision) from 2002 through 2003.

Konrad is currently working with Asian American Legal Defense and

Education Fund and other community organizations on Project Resistance,

a grassroots media initiative he has developed which produces short videos

for organizing on behalf of immigrants facing detention and deportation.

For more information, visit http://www.lifeorliberty.org

    Konrad is currently producing an hour-long documentary for public

television.  This documentary tells the story of the two-year struggle for the

release of  Farouk Abdel-Muhti, a Palestinian activist imprisoned by Homeland


For more informtion visit:  http://www.lifeorliberty.org/enemyalien.html



Fundraiser and screening for Life or Liberty
June 16, 2005
7:00 PM
Rising Up: The Alams at Anthology Film Archives
June 8, 2005
6:00 PM
Tribute to Farouk this Tuesday on WBAI
April 8, 2005
3:33 PM
Enemy Alien
A Japanese American filmmaker confronts startling echoes of his own family's World War II internment as he joins the fight to free a Homeland Security detainee.

Rising Up: The Alams
See how a Bangladeshi-American family targeted by Special Registration fights back.

Farouk Abdel-Muhti: Political Prisoner
Detained by Homeland Security, Palestinian activist Farouk tells his own story from prison, as his son and supporters fight for his release.

Life or Liberty
(short version)

The award-winning short on the family of a 9/11 detainee.

The documentary project Life or Liberty has received support from:

the Manhattan Community Arts Fund/New York Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council.

Rooftop Films' Filmmaker's Fund

The Funding Exchange

Life or Liberty is a non-profit media project begun in 2002 to produce documentaries on immigrant communities affected by post-9/11 policies. The project has produced award-winning short documentaries for grassroots organizing and educational outreach. Currently we are in production for Enemy Alien, a documentary for public television.
"The INS used the words of terrorism…
I never charged for anything terrorism…
I not going to shut my mouth to talk about my rights."

Farouk Abdel-Muhti
Human rights activist and homeland security detainee
More on Farouk

Since the attacks of 9/11, thousands of Muslim immigrants have been detained. Many have been deported. Many have been imprisoned for months without being charged with any crime.

"As it is now the kids haven't seen Ali for 17 months and that is a lifetime to a child."
Shokriea Yaghi
wife of a detainee
June 7, 2005
Shut Down Guantánamo

April 22, 2005
Financial Crisis For Detained Teenagers' Families

April 13, 2005
Two 16-year-old Immigrant Girls Arrested as Terrorist Threats


June 16, 2005
Fundraiser and screening for Life or Liberty

June 8, 2005
Rising Up: The Alams at Anthology Film Archives

May 5, 2005
Routine License Check Can Mean Jail and Deportation

April 8, 2005
Tribute to Farouk this Tuesday on WBAI

March 31, 2005
Fred Korematsu Passes Away at 86 Years

March 30, 2005
WITNESSES NEEDED for OIG investigation of detainee abuse

March 18, 2005
Four Iranian brothers released after long immigration detention in Los

Liberty News front page

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Thursday June 16, 2005

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