Blankets for Indians, Capitalism: Child Labor, and Capitalism: Slavery

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<i>Blankets for Indians</i>. USA. 2012. Directed by Ken Jacobs
  • Blankets for Indians

    2012. USA. Ken Jacobs. 57 min.

  • Capitalism: Child Labor

    2006. USA. Ken Jacobs. 14 min.

  • Capitalism: Slavery

    2006. USA. Ken Jacobs. 3 min.

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Sunday, May 5, 2013, 3:30 p.m.
Theater 2 (The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 2), T2
  • Blankets for Indians

    2012. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs. Technical assistance by Nisi Jacobs, Antoine Catala. “A 3-D movie of water interrupted by thousands of New Yorkers descending Broadway to join Occupy Wall Street.” In 3-D. 57 min.

  • Capitalism: Child Labor

    2006. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs. Technical assistance by Erik Nelson. Music by Rick Reed. “A stereograph celebrating factory production of thread. Many bobbins of thread coil in a great skylit factory space, the many machines manned by a handful of people. Manned? Some are children. I activate the double-photograph, composer Rick Reed suggests the machine din.” 14 min.

  • Capitalism: Slavery

    2006. USA. Directed by Ken Jacobs. Technical assistance by Erik Nelson. “An antique stereograph image of cotton-pickers, computer-animated to present the scene in an active depth even to single-eyed viewers. Silent, mournful, brief.” 3 min.

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Program 74 min.

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Image: Blankets for Indians. USA. 2012. Directed by Ken Jacobs