Independent Film Company Accepting Submissions for Co-Op Documentary

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Film project focuses on what Americans feel are the real issues this election season.

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Looking Back Films, an independent film company, announced this week that they are premiering a revolutionary new concept in documentary filmmaking. Their current project will feature co-op contributors from across the United States. Anyone can take part by simply making a video and uploading it for consideration.

The project is focusing on what Americans really care about this election season. Each contributor will be asked to supply an answer to the following questions:
1. What issue do you feel is the most important one this election season?
2. How would you propose change?
3. Will race, gender or age be a deciding factor for your vote?
4. Do you think this election will further divide this country?

From now until July 1, Looking Back Films will be accepting submissions for this documentary.

Never before have average Americans been given this kind of opportunity to reach out the candidates and demand change. This new film puts the people in control and gives them a voice that they so desperately need.

The premiere of the film will be held before the election, and it will be posted on the web, free, for all to view. On the same night it premiers, the candidates for President and Vice President will be asked to supply a candid reaction to the film and how they intend to address the issues that Americans feel are important.

Anyone who would like to be included in this co-op documentary can visit Looking Back Films for more information. All videos submitted will be considered for inclusion in this incredible new film. This is the chance for the public to air their concerns in a national forum and really make a difference in the 2008 elections.

About the Company:
Looking Back Films is a new independent film company focusing on documentaries for social change. They currently have several projects in development and production.

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