22nd November 2013
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After stumbling across evidence of a botched secret night-raid in a remote corner of Afghanistan, investigative reporter Jeremy Scahill embarks on a chilling and revelatory journey into the dark underbelly of the ‘War on Terror’. The thrilling record of his findings, DIRTY WARS is essential, incendiary viewing.

DIRTY WARS will screen on Monday 9 December at 6.30 at the Exeter Picturehouse and the cinema is delighted to welcome director Rick Rowley for a Q&A following the screening. Further speakers to be announced.

"Gripping, compelling and totally convincing" - John le Carré

"One of the most important political films of the last 20 years” - Glenn Greenwald, The Guardian

Also look out for a specially curated Drone Shadow artwork, created by artist James Bridle and on show at every participating Picturehouse Cinema.

Book in person at the Exeter Picturehouse, on line at or by calling the box office on 0871 902 5730.

For further information ring 01392 285960 or e mail

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