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Media Contact: Ilene Proctor  +1 310-721-2336 -


The December 9th rally was a historic first, in that it occurred seventy years ago today, and was part of the massive people-power movement which helped trigger the unanimous passage of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) the very next day: December 10th, 1948.


In a clip released to the press one of the protesters, Pierre Bergé, said the interruption of the United Nations General Assembly in Paris was planned and executed by "very famous writers” including Albert Camus.


Bergé called the disruption "a political comedy" and said it was designed to give people hope for a better way to run our world. "We have to dream, because the only way to catch the reality is to dream."


The hidden history of how one man’s bold action helped spark a massive movement on the eve of the this great leap forward for humanity is told in a forthcoming film “The World is My Country.”


Here is an excerpt:

Because this 70th anniversary event is so relevant to the hot-button issues in today’s world, the filmmakers are making a special password-protected preview version available online - for one week only.   


To sign up for this advance preview go to and click on “Free Preview”   


For more information about Garry and the passage of the UDHR see the article in the German magazine Spiegel

November 4, 2018


“This history is so very relevant today” says the film’s Director Arthur Kanegis.  “People are upset about the state of our world and they are grasping for answers.  We think this story can help spark a vision for how we can truly protect our human rights by joining together with other citizens of the world to transform the UDHR -- into actual enforceable world law.”

Register now to be sure to get a spot before the free week fills up!

LOS ANGELES AREA MEDIA ARE INVITED TO MEET THE DIRECTOR AT A PREVIEW SCREENING OF THE FILM at 6:30 PM Saturday December 8th - at  3916 Sepulveda Blvd, Culver City 90230 (Free Parking Behind Building)





Media Contact, Ilene Proctor

310-858-6643 Cell: +1 310-721-2336


Skype: ilene.proctor1

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