21st Century Films Using Harvey Richards Media Archive Images
As more and more film makers put Harvey Richards Media Archive images of 1960s radical activism into contemporary films, I stopped for a moment to review what’s happened so far this century. I found a surprising list of films, museums, national monuments, books and other publications who have drawn on the collection. This post features some, but not all, of the films using video and images from the archive. Next: books, museums, national monuments. Click on the movie posters below to go to web sites about the films.
Spies of Mississippi
Adios Amor, The Search for Maria Moreno
Harvest of Loneliness, The Bracero Program
Saving the Bay
Viva la Causa
Standing on My Sister’s Shoulders
About the Harvey Richards Media Archive: The Harvey Richards Media Archive contains a treasure of images of the political and social justice upheavals of the 1960s on the west coast and of the devastating impact of capitalist resource exploitation in western forests, and mines among other subjects. All of his 22 films are available for streaming, downloading and as DVDs. The interest and demand for his images has continued to grow along with the interest in the legacy of the 1960’s political and cultural upsurge. Estuary Press is the home of the Harvey Richards Media Archive video and photo image collections.
About Estuary Press: Estuary Press is a multi-media publisher of video, audio, print and web materials. It is the home of the Harvey Richards Media Archive, a repository of photography and video documentaries of various social change and political movements during the 1960s and 1970s. It is the home of Nina Serrano’s web site featuring her novel, poetry, other writings and KPFA radio commentary. Contact Paul Richards (510) 967 5577, email@example.com or visit estuarypress.com for more information.
MEDIA – For photos & interviews: Paul Richards (510) 967 5577; firstname.lastname@example.org