SCREENING THE SCAFFOLD: JFK, THE CAMERA & THE ESTABLISHMENT
a presentation of the controversy by professor Mark De Valk
DOORS 7PM TICKETS £5 ON THE DOOR
Dr. Mark de Valk is a filmmaker, lecturer and author who has researched and analysed the events and evidence surrounding the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
On the occasion of the 54th anniversary of JFK’s fateful day in Dallas, Texas on November 22nd 1963, Dr de Valk will present and outline
i) the core parameters of the case and Oliver Stone’s JFK (1991)
ii) the conflicting facts as propagated by Chief Justice Earl Warren’s Presidential Commission
iii) the central tenets underpinning the tectonic struggle of the two key opposing establishment ideological tracts, which further galvanized subsequent to Kennedy’s election in 1960.
The presentation will be inter-active and includes a demonstration of the original Zapruder Bell & Howell 8mm camera that captured the assassination. Audience members are invited to share and discuss their knowledge of the case. Questions on the nature and complexity of the assassination and the JFK film will be addressed.