How do you tell a gripping story about a strike that sours, about the Teamsters, about labor issues? Kristi Jacobson figured it out.
This course deals with the intersection of film theory and history; it employs a wide range of films and books to ground students. Lectures, discussions and screenings expand, develop, and criticize texts and films.
A discussion of Michael Dominic's film Sunshine Hotel and the inner life of a bowery flophouse.
Filmmaker Tod Lending took a journey from despair to success with an African-American family in Chicago's projects. April, 2001
A disabled filmmaker describes the challenges of making a documentary about her own life. Sharon Greytak discusses her movie, Losing It
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