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Black Clay - The Making Of an Icon

Black Clay - The Making Of an Icon

A Short film by Fabrice Chiambretto

Produced by AnFoRéA Productions

Production year : 2012

Synopsis

Barbara John is only sixteeen when she calls on her camarades to have a strike the 23rd of April 1951 in Farmville en Virginie (États-Unis). Her actions will contribute for that the segregation in schools becomes unconstitutional in 1954 at the end of the trial Brown v. Education Board of.

The discovery of an icon of the civil rights which changed the American constitution, revealed by the creation of its memorial by the sculptor Stanley Bleifeld.

Participant

Production and distribution

Executive Producer :

AnFoRéA Productions

Photos (5)

Full credits (10)

Executive Producer :

Fabrice Chiambretto

Assistant Operator :

Émilie Vallorge

Production Manager :

Fabrice Chiambretto

Music Composers :

Armand Robidet, Laurie Derouf

Sound Mixer :

Thomas Besson

Voice-over :

Teisha M. Bankston

Camera Operator :

Fabrice Chiambretto

Editor :

Fabrice Chiambretto

Grader :

Sébastien Leroy

Participant :

Teisha M. Bankston

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Documentary

Themes :

Adolescence, Art, Education, Identity, Society, History, Justice, Racial discrimination

Production language :

English

Production country :

France

Original French-language productions :

Unknown

Nationality :

50% French (France)

Production year :

2012

Runtime :

47 min 40 seconds

Visa number :

132.277

Visa issue date :

09/11/2012

Production formats :

HD

Color type :

Color and Black & White

Aspect ratio :

16/9

Audio format :

Stereo

Rating restrictions :

None