WBCN and The American Revolution (États-Unis)

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WBCN and The American Revolution

WBCN and The American Revolution
Bill Lichtenstein
2018, États-Unis, 125′
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This landmark documentary film tells the story of the radical, underground radio station WBCN-FM, set against the great social, political and cultural upheavals and changes in the late-1960s and early-70s. The film follows the personal and political journeys of its subjects through the dramatic changes in music and the counterculture, as well as militant anti-war activism, civil rights struggles, and the emerging women’s and gay liberation movements. The film includes never before distributed material shot by Andy Warhol and cinema vérité pioneer Ricky Leacock, as well as images from leading photographers of the era. The film features archival and recent interview material with leading political, social, cultural and musical figures of the day, who crossed paths with the radio station, including Noam Chomsky, Abbie Hoffman, Jane Fonda, Jerry Garcia, Lou Reed, Bruce Springsteen, in his first radio interview, and Patti Smith, performing with her band in her first live radio broadcast.
Langue(s):  Anglais
Édition VdR:  2019

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