Banking Book to Get the Big Screen Treatment

Cinema Libre is developing a feature version of John Perkins’ “Confessions of an Economic Hit Man,” his behind-the-scenes memoir about the global banking structure and Third World Development. Los Angeles-based Cinema Libre, which specializes in producing and distributing social issue films such as “Uncovered: The War on Iraq,” plans to begin production on “Confessions” in mid-2011. Cinema Libre chairman Phillipe Diaz will produce. He’s announced that the company’s secured $25 million in European financing for “Confessions” and plans to disclose the writer and director shortly.
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