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O, Brother (2015 Raw Edition)

This piece concerns black male interaction and what some brothers do to fit in with one another. Originally inspired by K.Dot’s “You Ain’t Gotta Lie”. Under-exposed, but still just right.

Visual Art

Connemara: a film unseen



We are delighted to announce that, as part of chalk: time, sense and landscape, the avant-garde film artist, Guy Sherwin will be showing Connemara… 145 more words

Field-recording

The Sherwood Family Films

In about one month’s time, it will be Home Movie Day in Baltimore. It has been mentioned more than a few times at MARMIA that home movies are important documents of cultural heritage, not just for the family that it records but also for others who may never have met this family. 543 more words

Baltimore

We Live In This Valley (1962) Production Prints

On box  (in pen):  “We Live In This Valley” “D Gibison?.
Inside note reads: “3 metres from start break in film”

This is Reel 1 of 8 reels relating to this motion picture donated by The Morpeth Museum to the Cultural Collections (Archives), Auchmuty Library of the University of Newcastle Australia in November 2013. 452 more words

Hunter Region

We Live In This Valley (1962) Offcuts Reel 8

Title: WE LIVE IN THIS VALLEY

Release Date: 1962

Produced as: Documentary

Media: Film

Summary:  Traces the Hunter River from its genesis high in the Barrington Tops through the Hunter Valley till it empties into the sea at Newcastle. 171 more words

Hunter Region

We Live In This Valley (1962) - Offcuts Reel 6

Title: WE LIVE IN THIS VALLEY

Release Date: 1962

Produced as: Documentary

Media: Film

Summary:  Traces the Hunter River from its genesis high in the Barrington Tops through the Hunter Valley till it empties into the sea at Newcastle. 628 more words

Hunter Region

We Live In This Valley (1962) - Offcuts Reel 5

Title: WE LIVE IN THIS VALLEY

Release Date: 1962

Produced as: Documentary

Media: Film

Summary:  Traces the Hunter River from its genesis high in the Barrington Tops through the Hunter Valley till it empties into the sea at Newcastle. 810 more words

Hunter Region