FILMS | SCHEDULE | ABOUT TIFF | EVENTS | SEARCH | SUBMIT FILMS | SPONSORS | PRESS | SHOP | TIBURON FILM SOCIETY | ARCHIVE | PHOTO GALLERY | LODGING | SITEMAP
Running Time: 76 minutes
Language: Playhouse Theater [40 Main Street]
Cast: Haskell Wexler
Showtime: Saturday, April 15, 2017 @ 12:00 PM
Director: Pamela Yates
Description: Documentary Director Pamela Yates met master cinematographer Haskell Wexler in Nicaragua in 1984 on the set of Wexler's film Latino, about U.S. intervention aimed at crushing the Sandinista revolution. He became Pamela's mentor and life-long friend and together they've explored what it means to be a committed documentary filmmaker.
When Haskell asked Pamela to represent him this year at the Cinéma du Réel festival in Paris, which held a week-long retrospective of his largely unknown political documentaries, she filmed a conversation with him over several days as she prepared to go to Paris.
The result unexpectedly became Rebel Citizen, a revelatory tour of Haskell’s political documentary work, in which the veteran artist and social justice activist shares his vision of what it truly means to be an engaged citizen.
Screening with: Cheating for Papers
Back to Films
Click Here To Buy Tickets
Tiburon International Film Festival © 2001-2017. All Rights Reserved
info@TiburonFilmFestival.com | Phone: (415) 251-TIFF 
Online cash advance loans provided by our company – NeedRapidCashMoney.com