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Another Brother
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directed by Tami Gold, fl. 1982; produced by Tami Gold, fl. 1982, AndersonGold Films (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1998), 50 mins
Through found photographs, audiotaped interviews and archival footage, ANOTHER BROTHER tells the story of Vietnam veteran Clarence Fitch. Clarence Fitch was a man of and for his times, an African American who witnessed and took part in the social movements of this country from the turmoil of the sixties through th...
directed by Tami Gold, fl. 1982; produced by Tami Gold, fl. 1982, AndersonGold Films (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1998), 50 mins
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Black Nations/Queer Nations? Lesbian and Gay Sexualities in the African Diaspora
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directed by Shari Frilot; produced by Shari Frilot (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 52 mins
This is an experimental documentary chronicling the March 1995 groundbreaking conference on lesbian and gay sexualities in the African diaspora. The conference brought together an array of dynamic scholars, activists, and cultural workers including Essex Hemphill, Kobena Mercer, Barbara Smith, Urvashi Vaid, and Ja...
directed by Shari Frilot; produced by Shari Frilot (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 52 mins
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Body and Soul
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directed by Matthieu Bron, 1976-; produced by Matthieu Bron, 1976-, Meetings Lda (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2011), 54 mins
Victoria, Mariana and Vasco are three young Mozambicans with physical disabilities living in Maputo, Mozambique’s capital city. The film explores how they see themselves, raising questions about self-acceptance and how to find one’s place in society.
directed by Matthieu Bron, 1976-; produced by Matthieu Bron, 1976-, Meetings Lda (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2011), 54 mins
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Hatch-Billops Collection, Take Your Bags
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directed by Camille Billops, 1933-, in Hatch-Billops Collection (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1998), 11 mins
"My take on slavery: When the Africans boarded the ships bound for America, they carried in their bags all their memories of home. When they arrived in the New World, their bags had been switched, and in them they found nigger, beast, slave,...Many generations later, the children of these Africans toured the Museu...
directed by Camille Billops, 1933-, in Hatch-Billops Collection (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1998), 11 mins
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Indochina: Traces of a Mother
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directed by Idrissou Mora-Kpai, 1967-; produced by Noble Films and MKJ Films (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2011), 1 hour 11 mins
INDOCHINA: TRACES OF A MOTHER documents a little-known chapter in African, Asian and French colonial history and the personal story of Christophe, a Beninese-Vietnamese orphan that returns to Vietnam to look for his long-lost mother. Between 1946 and 1
directed by Idrissou Mora-Kpai, 1967-; produced by Noble Films and MKJ Films (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2011), 1 hour 11 mins
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Litany for Survival: The Life and Work of Audre Lorde, A (52 min)
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produced by Daresha Kyi, fl. 1995 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 52 mins
An epic portrait of the eloquent, award-winning Black, lesbian, poet, mother, teacher and activist, Audre Lorde, whose writings -- spanning five decades -- articulated some of the most important social and political visions of the century. From Lorde's childhood roots in NYC's Harlem to her battle with breast canc...
produced by Daresha Kyi, fl. 1995 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 52 mins
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Mississippi Triangle
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directed by Allan Siegel, Worth Long and Christine Choy, 1953-; produced by Christine Choy, 1953-, Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1984), 1 hour 18 mins
This is an intimate portrait of life in the Mississippi Delta, where Chinese, African Americans and whites live in a complex world of cotton, labor, and racial conflict. The history of the Chinese community, originally brought to the South to work on cotton plantations after the Civil War, is framed against the ha...
directed by Allan Siegel, Worth Long and Christine Choy, 1953-; produced by Christine Choy, 1953-, Third World Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1984), 1 hour 18 mins
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Newsreel, America
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in Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 32 mins
Against the background of the escalation of the war in Vietnam, AMERICA documents the development of the anti-war movement on the home front. Conversations with Vietnam veterans, young teenagers, and African American militants contextualizes footage that graphically depicts the heightened incidents of mass protest...
in Newsreel (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1969), 32 mins
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An Opera of the World
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(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2017), 1 hour 10 mins
Manthia Diawara’s film is based on the African opera Bintou Were, a Sahel Opera, which recounts an eternal migration drama. The Bintou Were opera, filmed on location in Bamako, in 2007, serves as a mirror for Diawara to build an aesthetic and reflexive story, through song and dance, about the current and yet tim...
(New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 2017), 1 hour 10 mins
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Paulding Avenue Trilogy, Episode 1, Vintage: Families of Value
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directed by Thomas Allen Harris, fl. 2001; produced by Thomas Allen Harris, fl. 2001, in Paulding Avenue Trilogy, Episode 1 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 1 hour 11 mins
VINTAGE is an experimental documentary which looks at three African American families through the eyes of lesbian and gay siblings--including the filmmaker and his younger brother. Three groups of queer siblings use video cameras to articulate the multiple stories that co-exist within the space of family, negotiat...
directed by Thomas Allen Harris, fl. 2001; produced by Thomas Allen Harris, fl. 2001, in Paulding Avenue Trilogy, Episode 1 (New York, NY: Third World Newsreel, 1995), 1 hour 11 mins
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