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Watch the trailer:
Saturday, November 16, 2019
Bright Family Screening Room, The Paramount Center
559 Washington Street, Boston MA
(T: Park Street, Downtown Crossing, or Boylston)
112 Mins | Documentary | USA
Directed by Harry and Josh Chuck
Against the backdrop of the Civil Rights Movement of the mid-1960s, a young San Francisco Chinatown resident armed with a 16mm camera and leftover film scraps from a local TV station, turned his lens onto his community. Totaling more than 20,000 feet of film (10 hours), Harry Chuck's exquisite unreleased footage has captured a divided community's struggles for self-determination.
About the Directors:
Harry Chuck, Josh Chuck is a father-son team. This is their first ever film together. Former Youth Director and later Executive Director of Cameron House, Harry Chuck was the catalyst for multiple citywide efforts that benefit San Francisco's Chinatown community to this very day. Harry Chuck began shooting the footage used in the film forty-five years ago, while attending San Francisco State University. His son and co-director, Josh Chuck, has been working in the community for over 15 years.