The Singing Revolution in Washington, D.C., April 18-24

An excellent documentary about the Estonian revolt against Soviet domination, The Singing Revolution, is coming to Washington, D.C. The movie, lauded by The New York Times and others will be playing at the Landmark's E Street Cinema starting this Friday.

For more background on The Singing Revolution (including clips, a Q&A presided over by reason Editor in Chief Matt Welch, and a great presentation by libertarian former Prime Minister Mart Laar from the conference Reason in Amsterdam), check out's interview and more with co-director Jim Tusty. Click on the image below to view.

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  • D.A. Ridgely||

    Any truth to the rumor there'll be a midnight showing at the Jefferson Memorial followed by a festive reenactment of Soviet style mass arrests?

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    I plan on going and dragging my daughter along with me.


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