Sundance Channel Friday said it plans to broadcast a special on the “Vote for Change” concert tour that will include live performances from the tour’s finale in Washington Oct. 11. Sundance paid a license fee to documentary filmmakers Albert Maysles and D.A. Pennebaker rather than directly to the “Vote for Change” organization, which is campaigning to defeat President Bush. Sundance is partly owned by Viacom, which is already under pressure from Bush supporters because of CBS News’ report on the president’s National Guard Service. The television special, “National Anthem: Inside the Vote for Change Concert Tour,” is a documentary film consisting of behind-the-scenes footage from the tour in addition to live performances. It will air Oct. 11, 2004, from 6:30-11:30 p.m.
Sundance to Air ‘Vote for Change’
Sep 24, 2004 • Post A Comment