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BUSHMAN (1971)

BUSHMAN (1971)

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THE ACCLAIMED FILM COMING OUT OF THIS YEAR'S IL CINEMA RITROVATO (Bologna), CINEMA REVISITED (Bristol, UK), VIENNALE (Vienna), and IDFA (Amsterdam)

Bushman (1971) has been restored by the University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive and The Film Foundation. Funding provided by the Hobson/Lucas Family Foundation. Additional support by Peter Conheim, Cinema Preservation Alliance. A Milestone Film & Video/Kino Lorber release. 75 minutes. B&W.

1968: Martin Luther King, Robert Kennedy, and Bobby Hutton are among the recent dead. In Nigeria, the Civil War is entering its second year with no end in sight. In San Francisco, the adventures of Gabriel, a young Nigerian reflect tribal, personal, and racial frictions during the tumultuous sixties. Truth is stranger than fiction in BUSHMAN, a rare sort of film portrait, part document, part imagined - poetic in its approach to real events.

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