"I Remember Harlem" (condensed version) and discussion with filmmaker William Miles, Researcher Dr. Juanita Howard & Eric Tait Jr.
I Remember Harlem
Dir. William Miles, 1980, 60 min.
[Full four-hour version to screen Sunday, Feb. 21]
A 60 minute, condensed version of this seminal four-hour series tracing Harlem's 350-year history, evoking one of America's most vibrant and volatile communities. As a visual counterpart to the oral histories in the film, Miles unearthed old photographs and motion picture films and newsreel footage, much of it rare and never before seen on television. In early 1982, one year after it was broadcast, I Remember Harlem won an Alfred I. Dupont-Columbia University Citation and an American Film Festival Award.
Followed by a discussion with Filmmakers William Miles, Researcher Dr. Juanita Howard & Eric Tait Jr.
Part of "Master Class: William Miles", Feb 17th - 21st, a retrospective of the great documentarian, in honor of Black History Month.
343 Lenox Ave.
New York, NY 10027
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