Description: NEWSFEED: 1/17/2003, AIRCRAFT CARRIER, DOCK, BAY, SHIPS, ANTI-WAR PROTEST, IRAQ, TALKING HEADS, WHITE HOUSE PROTEST ; DX WS Aerial over industrial dock w/large aircraft carrier-type boat in water (these are big ships: barges, yachts); AIRCRAFT CARRIER: DX VAR Aerial on Carrier z-in to battle helicopter w/folded wings parked on deck (VAR crew members meandering) ; DX WS Looking out at bay from busy industrial dock (w/workers on carts in FG & city skyline in far BG); PROTEST: DX WS Mob of protestors w/signs 'Give Peace a chance' 'No War on Iraq' z-out to reveal White House in BG ; PROTEST: Shot cont. z-in to MS Speaker on stage talking head (animated woman, dances for a while as musicians on stage jam) ; PROTEST: DX VAR Pans across anti-war placards & posters, z-in to CU crude Halloween dove costume, PAN to CU speaker talking head ;PROTEST: Shot cont. CU speaker (looks like a revolutionary w/that jaunty red beret), CU New speaker Hispanic man w/ski cap & scarf ; PROTEST: DX CU New speaker: Black woman w/long hair (I think I recognize her from a march in LA.. I think she's w/ Not In Our Name) ; PROTEST: Shot cont. CU New Speaker: White girl w/long hair & knit cap reads from prepared notes ; PROTEST: Shot cont. CU New Speaker: Elderly white woman w/knit cap & snow jacket ; PROTEST: Shot cont CU New speaker: Asian female w/short hair & sharp winter overcoat talk head (wish I had some audio to work w/) ; PROTEST: Shot cont. Hispanic man returns to introduce new speaker CU Elderly white man w/white hair & sunglasses ; PROTEST: Z-out from talking head to WS Large protest (waving signs, pumping fists, getting into it) z-in CU White guy talking head ; PROTEST: CU White girl w/knit cap returns to podium w/notes, CU New Speaker White woman w/boy-ish hair & thick coat talking head ;
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