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2:00   8:20*

Tuesday, January 23

Directed by Haskell Wexler

(1964) Famed cinematographer Wexler rides a bus across the country from San Francisco to D.C., with a group – black, white, Jewish and Christian – bound for the March on Washington. DCP. Approx. 62 min.

Plus Integration Report I (1960, Madeline Anderson): Scenes from the Civil Rights movement around the country, featuring the singing of a young Maya Angelou and shot by Albert Maysles. DCP. Approx. 20 min.


“Takes the viewer along on the ride, enabling one to experience something of the time, as Wexler films a bus of attendees—black, white, Jewish, Christian and most likely even atheist—traveling together from San Francisco to lend their bodies to a great cause and to be part of history in Washington.”
– Roger Ebert