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New York Agora: The Legacy of the 60s Counterculture (2008)

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The film explores the memory and the legacy of the 60s counterculture through interviews with NY political activists, artists and people on the street. The mosaic of voices heard in the ... See full summary »

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Sam Anderson
Penny Arcade
Amiri Baraka
David Dorfman
Lawrence Hamm
Robert Moore ...
(as Rev. Robert Moore)
Gustin Reichbeck ...
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Anita Steckel
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The film explores the memory and the legacy of the 60s counterculture through interviews with NY political activists, artists and people on the street. The mosaic of voices heard in the documentary creates a public site for memories, reflections and hopes for the future to be shared beyond the confines of one's community. An inter-generational exploration on what is left of the 60s in people's memory and consciousness. Written by Anonymous

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L'Immagine Ritrovata
Written and Performed by Remo Anzovino
Courtesy of RAI Trade
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