Kartemquin 50th Anniversary Commemorative Book
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Kartemquin Films: 50 Years of Democracy through Documentary is a gorgeous limited edition keepsake book charting the history of the Chicago documentary collective, focusing on their core values of Craft, Community, and Change. Created on the occasion of their 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.
Text: Tim Horsburgh
Design: Matthew Wizinsky and Alice J. Lee
Lifesaving wrangling and organization: Nancy McDonald
Printing: Graphic Arts Services, Inc. Chicago, IL
You can also purchase the book in addition to all four volumes of The Kartemquin Collection: The Early Years on DVD for $50 here.
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When you make a contribution to Kartemquin, you enable us to continue telling the stories of the people whose lives are most directly affected by social and political change and who are often overlooked or misrepresented by the media. Thanks to your crucial support, for over 50 years our films have helped to provoke essential dialogue, both in communities and between the general public and policymakers.
With a noted tradition of nurturing emerging talent and acting as a leading voice for independent media, Kartemquin is building on more than 50 years of history as Chicago’s documentary powerhouse.
Kartemquin is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization. Guidestar
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