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People’s Right to Know: Police vs. Reporters, The

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Film Identifier: F.2005-03-0044
Run Time
0h 14m 43s
Format
16mm
Color
B&W
Sound
Optical
Date Produced
1969
Abstract
The People’s Right to Know: Police vs. Reporters features photojournalist Paul Sequeira speaking on his experience covering the 1968 Convention and the police attempts to physically restrict reporters’ access.
Description
This film is part of a seven part module or educational film series ("The Urban Crisis and the New Militants") produced by The Film Group that, "teach by raising questions rather than by attempting to answer them." The modules tell their story through editing rather than voice-over narration and show "real events, with real people acting spontaneously," as the Group explained to an educational film distributor.
Preservation Sponsor
National Film Preservation Foundation
Distributors
NewenhouseNovo
Main Credits
Film Group (Firm: Chicago, Ill.) (is production company)
Actors, Performers and Participants
Sequeira, Paul (is participant)
Form
Short
Related Place
Chicago (production location of)