|Directed by Beryl Fox|
|1971 (documentary, 24 minutes, colour, English)|
"Explores the use of film as a means of expression, as a tool of minority groups and the disenfranchised to raise group pride, and as a medium to promote radical politics. Investigates some of the technological changes involving film production and screening. Two of America's most prominent film critics, Pauline Kael and Judith Crist, speak in the film."
-- WorldCat (source)
|Film Credits (partial):|
|Produced by:||Philip S. Hobel, Douglas Leiterman|
|Cinematography:||Richard Leiterman, Robert Ennis|
|Film Editing:||Beryl Fox|