via Gries Cinema Productions: HARLEM SCHOOL 1970, the “direct cinema” documentary filmed and directed by Phil Gries, will be screened on Saturday, Feb. 2 at the ArcLight Cinemas in La Jolla, California as part of the 2019 San Diego Black Film Festival. Filmed during the spring of 1970, and recently restored digitally, HARLEM SCHOOL 1970 provides a rare look at a typical day in an actual public elementary school in Harlem, New York circa April 1970

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One Response to via Gries Cinema Productions: HARLEM SCHOOL 1970, the “direct cinema” documentary filmed and directed by Phil Gries, will be screened on Saturday, Feb. 2 at the ArcLight Cinemas in La Jolla, California as part of the 2019 San Diego Black Film Festival. Filmed during the spring of 1970, and recently restored digitally, HARLEM SCHOOL 1970 provides a rare look at a typical day in an actual public elementary school in Harlem, New York circa April 1970

  1. Phil Gries says:

    Ed, when I am ready to approach distributors I wold like to include in the dozen of bonus video/audios my interview with you on TV Confidential.
    Another large screening coming up end of February in Manhattan

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