These early works of direct cinema by Robert Drew capture the human details of the civil rights movement.
Given unprecedented access to both the Oval Office and George Wallace’s inner circle, this early work of direct cinema captures the human details of a drama deeply affecting the country, the civil rights movement, and the presidency.
Directed by Robert Drew
RUN TIME: 31min
FORMAT: 16mm archival print
Drew’s harrowing portrait of the struggle for school desegregation in New Orleans against the violent protests of white parents.
with D. A. Pennebaker
Screening will be followed by a Q&A with D.A. Pennebaker.