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Berkeley In the Sixties

PBS Premiere: July 23, 1991

Synopsis

From the Free Speech Movement to the anti-war protests to the last stand over People's Park, Berkeley, California became synonymous with a generation's quest for social, political, and cultural transformation. Six years in the making, Mark Kitchell's extraordinary chronicle of those years was named Best Documentary of 1990 by the National Society of Film Critics and was nominated for an Oscar in 1991.

 

TAGS: 1960s, anti-war protests, berkeley, california, free speech

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Berkeley In the Sixties

Premiere Date: July 23, 1991

Filmmaker: Mark Kitchell

Filmmaker

Mark Kitchell
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Critical Acclaim

As vivid and astonishing as any fiction to arrive on the screen in quite a while... deserves its success.”

— David Serritt,
Christian Science Monitor

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