From Jim Gilliam's blog archives

July 17, 2004 12:27 PM

Jim Gilliam is a former dot com executive turned activist filmmaker. In the wake of 9/11, Gilliam left his position as chief technology officer of high-profile startup and devoted his time to more pressing matters. Through, in 2003, he hooked up with veteran filmmaker Robert Greenwald to research and help produce the groundbreaking documentary, "Uncovered: The War on Iraq" about the faulty intelligence that led the U.S. to war. Bringing together the world of film, politics, and the internet, "Uncovered" defined a new generation of films -- the grassroots political documentary. Gilliam then co-produced Greenwald's next film, "Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War on Journalism," an unprecedented look at the propaganda techniques employed by FOX News.

Prior to, Gilliam was the chief architect at eCompanies, a venture capital firm and incubator in Santa Monica, and a principal software engineer at Lycos, one of the first internet search engines. He has been blogging at since 1999.

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