In what amounts to an unprecedented giveaway and show of public-interest goodwill, Charles Ferguson’s No End in Sight, an Academy Award nominee for Best Documentary Feature and winner of the Documentary Special Jury Prize at the 2007 Sundance Film Festival, will be the first widely released feature film to screen in its
entirety on YouTube, starting on September 1 and continuing through the
2008 presidential election on Tuesday, November 4.
A clear-eyed, devastating, non-partisan look at the American policies and decision-making blunders that followed the launch of the Iraq War, No End in Sight is being made available free to the public, according to a statement from Ferguson and Representational Pictures, “to reveal the facts about the Bush administration’s invasion and occupation of Iraq to voters concerned with the issues of national security and the adverse economic impact of the war when making decisions in this crucial election.” The film will be featured on its own YouTube channel
and available to anyone with a computer and high-speed internet
connection, as well as via the YouTube service on broadband-connected
TiVo Series3 or TiVo HD DVRs, which enables subscribers to watch the
myriad content of YouTube on their televisions. For more information, click here.