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  • The film present a brief portrait of John Kennedy Marshall (1932-2005) weaving together photographs, film clips, archival footage, and interviews with family, friends, and colleagues. Marshall spent fifty years documenting the lives of the Ju/'hoansi people of Namibia. He began his filming in 1951 and in the 1980s became an activist helping the Ju/'hoansi fight for their land and water rights. Marshall produced over 20 films on the Ju'/hoansi beginning with "The Hunters" (1957) and culminating with "A Kalahari Family" (2003).

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