USE COUPON CODE: KTQ50 during the month of December and receive 50% off EVERYTHING in the Kartemquin Store, including the newly released Saving Mes Aynak on DVD, the Almost There Special Edition DVD, which includes an Almost There Update and deleted scenes. All merchandise is 50% off as well!
Additionally, we'll be offering all four volumes of The Kartemquin Films Collection: The Early Years as well as a copy of the limited edition 50th Anniversary Book for just $50.00 (an $80.00 value!)
The four volumes include Kartemquin classics such as Thumbs Down (1968), Parents (1968), HUM 255 (1969), What The Fuck Are These Red Squares? (1970), and Anonymous Artists of America (1970), Marco (1970), Trick Bag (1974), Viva La Causa (1974), Winnie Wright, Age 11 (1974), and Now We Live On Clifton (1974).
The limited edition 50th Anniversary Book charts the history of our Chicago documentary collective, focusing on our core values of Craft, Community, and Change. Created on the occasion of our 50th Anniversary Gala and the opening of an unprecedented exhibition, it is decorated with photographs drawn from Kartemquin's production archives. The book provides insight into the production and impact of key works such as Hoop Dreams, The Interrupters, and The New Americans, and also contains essays from founder Gordon Quinn and current executive director Betsy Steinberg.
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Purchase The Kartemquin Films Collection: The Early Years Vol. 1-4 and limited edition 50th Anniversary Book HERE.
With a noted tradition of nurturing emerging talent and acting as a leading voice for independent media, Kartemquin is building on more than 45 years of history as Chicago’s documentary powerhouse.
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