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One Shot: The Life and Work of Teenie Harris (2003)

Using Harris' life as a lens through which they examine the 20th century African-American experience, the filmmakers present an honest image of black life in that era. Through Teenie's ... See full summary »

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Using Harris' life as a lens through which they examine the 20th century African-American experience, the filmmakers present an honest image of black life in that era. Through Teenie's images, the mundane and glorious history of Pittsburgh's black communities comes forth. Teenie's work counters and disrupts many long held stereotypes and beliefs and becomes the foundation of a critical visual legacy. Written by Henry J. Simonds

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September 2003 (USA)  »

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$350,000 (estimated)
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