THREE-VOLUME SET: The Kartemquin Films Collection: The Early Years - Vols. 1, 2 & 3
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“These filmmakers have the ability to penetrate the souls of the people they depict.”
- Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 1968
"Vintage artifacts from the bygone heydey of gritty 16mm activist doc-making, when idealism was sky-high, when when film classes made movies out of on-campus crises, and when active protest was doubly worth doing if you were doing it on film... the films fairly pulse with immediacy and consequence."
- Michael Atkinson, Sight & Sound, 2011.
3-VOLUME SET: The Kartemquin Films Collection: The Early Years
For over 40 years, Kartemquin Films has produced documentaries that examine and critique society through the stories of real people. Now, for the first time in history, you can own this three-part series and experience six of the classic films that marked the early years of Kartemquin Films!
To learn more about the three volumes included in this set, please click below:
The Kartemquin Collection: The Early Years - Volume 1: featuring THUMBS DOWN (1968) and PARENTS (1968)
The Kartemquin Collection: The Early Years - Volume 2: featuring HUM 255 (1969), WHAT THE FUCK ARE THESE RED SQUARES? (1970), and ANONYMOUS ARTISTS OF AMERICA (1970)
The Kartemquin Collection: The Early Years - Volume 3: featuring MARCO (1970)
Please remember that, Kartemquin Educational Films is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization that has been making award-winning social-issue documentaries for over 40 years. Every purchase you make from our online store helps support our ongoing work. We appreciate your interest and support!
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When you make a contribution to Kartemquin, you enable us to continue telling the stories of the people whose lives are most directly affected by social and political change and who are often overlooked or misrepresented by the media. Thanks to your crucial support, for over 45 years our films have helped to provoke essential dialogue, both in communities and between the general public and policymakers.
With a noted tradition of nurturing emerging talent and acting as a leading voice for independent media, Kartemquin is building on more than 45 years of history as Chicago’s documentary powerhouse.
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