An Evening Honoring St. Clair Bourne

  

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In Celebration of Black History Month The Museum of Tolerance and The Black Association of Documentary Filmmakers West (BADWest) invite you to

AN EVENING HONORING FILMMAKER ST. CLAIR BOURNE


Monday, February 25, 2019
7:00 p.m.

The program will include screenings of A Conversation With St. Clair Bourne (his final interview) and Paul Robeson: Here I Stand (directed by St. Clair Bourne).

St. Clair Bourne was a towering figure in the documentary film world: a filmmaker, writer, activist, teacher and organizer. He made more than 40 films.

Paul Robeson: Here I Stand
Directed by St. Clair Bourne, this riveting documentary hits home in its convincing portrait of this African-American's noble struggle and his ardent attempt to remain true to his principles. A perfect meeting of subject and filmmaker, Bourne’s epic is one of his greatest achievements and a master class in the synthesis of archival research and modern documentary filmmaking.

Audience discussion to follow moderated by Mel Donaldson, Ph.D., Professor of English/Cinema Studies, Filmmaker and Author, Black Directors in Hollywood.



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