Phoenix Art Museum Hosts a Free Dirty Wars Screening and Director Q&A

On Sunday, November 24, the Phoenix Art Museum is inviting truth-seekers, conspiracy theorists, and documentary junkies alike to enjoy a free screening of the Sundance award-winning film Dirty Wars.

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Dirty Wars follows Jeremy Scahill, an investigative journalist and international best-selling author, as he travels around the globe from the U.S. to Afghanistan, Yemen, and Somalia to expose the filthy underbelly of America's already dirty wars.

The eye-opening documentary is screened in conjunction with the Guantánamo Public Memory Project, presented by ASU and Phoenix Public Library.

Following the screening, the film's director, David Riker, will lead a Q&A with the audience. Dirty Wars shows at Phoenix Art Museum on November 24 at 1 p.m. For more details on the event, visit or check out

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