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Historic footage of 1963 Birmingham, AL protests
On May 3, 1963, in Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham Alabama, Public Safety Commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor gave the order to use fire hoses and police dogs against protesters marching for civil rights. The disturbing images created that day by photographers and television cameras are credited with galvanizing support for the movement, not just within the United States, but around the world.
Screening Old Film Prints
Great article on efforts to keep 35mm and 16mm feature film projection alive.