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- Access Denied?: (2008)
- Supreme Injustices (2007)
- Quiet Revolution: (2006)
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Access Denied?: SAC 2008 Film
When Diana Levine went to the hospital in April 2000 seeking relief for a severe migraine headache, the professional musician and children’s record producer never imagined that faulty drug labeling would result in the amputation of her arm. Today she is at the center of a closely-watched Supreme Court case and a national debate about the federal courts and corporate accountability.
Produced in conjunction with 12-time Emmy award-winning producers/directors Jon Alpert and Matt O’Neill, Alliance for Justice’s documentary Access Denied?: The Fight for Corporate Accountability tells Ms. Levine’s powerful story and exposes the slow but steady transformation of our federal courts into institutions that favor corporate interests over everyday Americans. Through an examination of Diana Levine’s case against Wyeth Pharmaceuticals - and the experiences of others like her - Access Denied? takes the legal issue of preemption out of the courtroom and into the real world, where millions of Americans find themselves unable to access the courts and hold corporations accountable for their misconduct.
Americans deserve corporate accountability, and Access Denied? provides concrete steps viewers can take to fight back . Together, we can turn back this legal tide and hold big business responsible for its actions.