A Cameron Trejo film; 2015. Running time 65 minutes. Director Cameron Trejo’s third feature documentary film, Power’s War, provides a detailed look into one man’s silent protest against America’s entry into the First World War that led to the deadliest shootout in Arizona’s history. Contemporary interviews, archival material, and original artwork come together to tell the story of the First World War that pitted the rights of the individuals against the growing power of the federal government. Narrated by John Slattery. Interviews with historians Heidi Osselaer, Eduardo Pagan (History Detectives), Marshall Trimble (Arizona Official State Historian), Mark Weitz, Jeff Robenalt, Don Dedera (Arizona Highways), and authors Barbara Wolf (Power, Passion, and Prejudice) and Thomas Cobb (Crazy Heart). Additional interviews include representatives from lawmen’s families (Kempton, McBride, and Wootan).