Independent American cinema planned “kinoprocess” against trump

Many independent American cinemas have decided to protest against the policies of President Donald trump resuming the screening of the film “1984” by George Orwell. About it reports The Independent.

The reason for the dissatisfaction of owners of steel including projects to reduce funding of artistic creation and liquidation of the National endowment for the arts.

Orwell’s novel “1984” was first published in 1949. The book is written in the genre of dystopia (considered to be one of the major works of the genre). The events unfold in 1984, after a nuclear war. The protagonist Winston Smith attempts to resist established totalitarian regime.

Based on the novel was filmed movies, as well as two films in 1956 and 1984. It later will demonstrate American cinema. The beginning of shows scheduled for April.

On 26 January it was reported that sales of Orwell’s books in the United States reached record levels. Interest in the novel associated with the use of Cillian Conway — adviser to trump the expression “alternative facts.” With these words she answered the journalists ‘ question about why the head of state called invalid data on the number of spectators at his inauguration.