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Madeline Anderson Shorts

 
Curator's Choice
 
Thu, Aug 22, 2013
  • 7PM
 
LOCATION:
Peter Jay Sharp Building
 
BAM Rose Cinemas
RUN TIME: 64min
GENERAL ADMISSION: $13
MEMBERS: $8 (Free for members at the Movie Buff II level and above. RSVP required.)
STUDENTS/SENIORS:  $9 (29 and under with a valid ID, Mon—Thu)
 
 
 
 
 
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In an era when only white men had the access to equipment and airwaves to report the news, Madeline Anderson was a trailblazer. Working with many of the most famous documentarians of the era, Anderson created an incredible body of work, including: Integration Report 1 (1960), which was shot by the Maysles Brothers and Richard Leacock and captures the marches, sit-ins, rallies, and boycotts in the months leading up to the first attempt at a March on Washington; A Tribute to Malcolm X (1967), made for William Greaves’ Black Journal; and Anderson’s signature film I Am Somebody (1970), which documents the struggle of 400 black hospital workers in Charleston, South Carolina, who went on strike and demanded a fair wage increase.

Talks 
Q&A 
 

with Madeline Anderson

Screening followed by Q&A with filmmaker Madeline Anderson.

 
Integration Report 1 (1960)

Run Time: 20min
Format: 16mm

 

 
 
A Tribute to Malcolm X (1967)

Run time: 14min
Format: Digibeta 

 
 
 
 
I Am Somebody (1970)

Run time: 30min
Format: 16mm archival print 

 
 
 
 
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