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Two Films at the Hirshhorn Make Questions of Ethics an Art Form

Cameras don’t lie. As for the people behind them, that’s another issue entirely. This blending of fact and fiction inherent in moving-image media -- everything from what you see on the nightly news to Hollywood -- is explored in the Hirshhorn’s video art exhibition, "The Cinema Effect: Realisms." W...

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Cameras don’t lie. As for the people behind them, that’s another issue entirely. This blending of fact and fiction inherent in moving-image media -- everything from what you see on the nightly news to Hollywood -- is explored in the Hirshhorn’s video art exhibition, "The Cinema Effect: Realisms." While you can tour most of the exhibition any day of the week, two noteworthy works only receive bi-weekly screenings: " The Battle of Orgreave" and "Repetition."

"The Battle of Orgreave" tells the story of a
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