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Part 12: Moviemaking and Protest Around the World
Part 12: Moviemaking and Protest Around the World

Part 12: Moviemaking and Protest Around the World 2011

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Part 12: Moviemaking and Protest Around the World 2011

70 mins United Kingdom Director. Mark Cousins

By the 1980s, many brave filmmakers chose to spoke truth to power. American independent director John Sayles talks about this period of the Reagan-Thatcher axis. In Beijing there's the blossoming of Chinese cinema before the Tian’anmen crackdown. In the Soviet Union, the past wells up in astonishing films, and in Poland the master director Krzysztof Kieslowski emerges.

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Directed by

Mark Cousins

Genres

Documentary

Collection

The Story of Film

Released

2011

Country

United Kingdom

Language

English

Production company

Hopscotch

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