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DOCUMENTARY SHORT | 12 MIN | 2010

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On March 17, 1930, a crowd assembled outside Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary to witness Al Capone's transfer to Chicago, where he would stand trial. Filmmaker Bill Morrison and composer Vijay Iyer worked with a single panning shot of this event, and the accompanying soundtrack, to create this 13-minute film on the nature of spectacle.

Film Information
Year: 2010
Length: 12 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: World
Cast & Credits
Director: Bill Morrison
Screenwriter: Bill Morrison
Producer: Bill Morrison
Executive Producer: Julie Courtney
Sound Design: Vijay Iyer
About the Director(s)
Bill Morrison's films have been screened at festivals, museums, and concert halls worldwide, including Sundance, the Tate Modern, and the Walt Disney Concert Hall. MoMA has acquired eight of his titles. He has received fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation, two Bessie Awards, and an Obie Award.

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