- How to start a revolution profiles Gene Sharp through interviews with his ally, Retired U.S. Army Colonel Robert Helvey, and key leaders of nonviolent revolutions around the world--all of whom testify to the power of Gene's work in practice. This film shows how one man's thinking has contributed to the liberation of millions of oppressed people living under some of the most brutal dictatorships in the world, and how his work in direct action and civil disobedience continues to be used today to topple dictators using the sheer force of nonviolent people power.
Table of Contents:
- 82 minute version
- 52 minute version.
- In English; optional subtitles in English.
- DVD, NTSC, all region; Dolby Digital stereo; aspect ratio 16:9 (container states 4:3).
- Narrator, Ruaridh Arrow.
- Director of photography, Philip Bloom ; editors, Michael Crozier, Lorrin Braddick ; original music, John Keltonic.
- [Widescreen presentation].
Videodisc release of the documentary motion picture produced in 2011.
Public performance rights included.
- 1 videodisc (82 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
- plastic; metal; polychrome
- digital; optical
- video file; DVD video; region 1
- DVD 13433
Other Standard Numbers:
- Universal Product Code: 897952001465