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Jon Jost

Jon Jost began making films in 1963 after being expelled from college. In 1965 he was imprisoned for over 2 years for refusal to cooperate with the Selective Service system. He made his first feature film in 1974, and has since that time focused on a wide range of American issues in his films. Since 1996 he has completing twelve features and many short films. Previous work includes Speaking Directly: Some American Notes, Bell Diamond, All The Vermeers in New York, and The Bed You Sleep In.

[bio courtesy of the filmmakers]  

Filmography

Recent Reviews

Far from Afghanistan

we invade we kill destroy become hated if someone invaded your town and blew up your neighborhood how would you feel??? our military industrial complex is the enemy,sucker our youngsters...


Far from Afghanistan

I hate death, I hate weapons too, and rich, greedy, selfish endeavors who want retirements all financed by weapons manufacturers that their retirements are financed by. Poor Afghanistan.