Still: Warren Haack's SELECTIVE SERVICE SYSTEM (1970).

For the sixth screening in our multi-program series FILMS FOR SOCIAL CHANGE: REVISITED AND EXPANDED, join us at the FMC Screening Room (475 Park Avenue South, 6th Floor) on April 3rd, at 7pm, for four vital films about the Vietnam War draft and draft-dodging, spanning 1966 to 1973.



  1. Hilary Harris, The Draft Card Burner, 1966, black and white, 7 min.
  2. Warren Haack, Selective Service System, 1970, 16mm, color, sound, 13 min.
  3. Anthony Bannon, Greg Borland, J.T. Doran, Bob Lehman, Citizen of What Country, 1973, black and white, sound, 36 min.
  4. Neil Reichline, David Harris - Political Prisoner, 1969 (?) black and white, 26 min.

Total Run Time: 82 minutes.