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John Marshall Retrospective at DocsDF – November 10-14, 2012

John Marshall Retrospective

DER is pleased to join DocsDF in honoring the work & legacy of John K. Marshall – filmmaker, activist, and co-founder of our organization – at an upcoming retrospective in Mexico City. This November, DocsDF’s seventh annual film festival will feature a wide variety of documentaries by and about Marshall, including:

The Hunters (1957)
A Joking Relationship (1962)
An Argument About a Marriage (1969)
N/um Tchai: The Ceremonial Dance of the !Kung Bushmen (1969)
N!owa T’ama: The Melon Tossing Game (1970)
Bitter Melons (1971)
A Kalahari Family (1951-2001)
A Forty Dollar Misunderstanding (1973)
After the Game (1973)
Vermont Kids (1975)
Titicut Follies (1967), directed by Frederick Wiseman with cinematography by John Marshall
N!ai: The Story of a !Kung Woman (1980)
Remembering John Marshall (2006), directed by Alice Apley and David Tamés

We are proud to contribute to this series, and we are excited by the opportunity to present Marshall’s work to new audiences. All the films have been translated and subtitled in Spanish specifically for this event.

For more information, including a schedule of the screenings, please visit http://www.docsdf.org/en/categoria/proyecciones/cine-entre-culturas/.


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