Interview: Daniel Garber talks to Rob Stewart about his new documentary Slaughter Nick for President

Posted in Canada, Cultural Mining, documentary, Movies, NXNE, Protest, Punk, Serbian, War by CulturalMining.com on June 16, 2012
What would you do if you’re a Canadian actor whose TV career as an action hero tanked a decade earlier and who moves into his mom’s basement near Toronto? And then you somehow discover you still have a huge fan base halfway around the world, and that, without knowing it, you may have inspired a social movement that led to the overthrow of Serbian leader Slobodan Milosevic?
Rob Stewart about his incredible story, punk rock, war, student protests, and the fascinating new documentary Slaughter Nick for President, (co-directed by Liza Vespi, Marc Vespi, and Rob Stewart) having its world premier at NXNE in Toronto.

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