This six-screening series assembles activist grassroots documentaries made by oppositional groups in the United States for more than 50 years. Curated by Louis Massiah of the Scribe Video Center and Patricia Zimmermann of Ithaca College, the series offers an essential history of the individual voices that embody and constitute “we the people.” Exploring salient topics of collective documentary practice, each program features a diversity of voices across historical time periods and geographic locations throughout the United States.
The Film Studies Center viewing rooms and circulation desk remain closed for fall but we are making an effort to make materials available to instructors and researchers. If you have had access to the FSC collection in the past, please contact us to set up remote checkout. Patrons may check out items by appointment.
Email your request and we will make an appointment to deliver your package outside the door of Cobb Hall.