Screening | Not Much To Do

Wednesday, October 17, 2012 - 6:00pm

In 1966, six African American boys living in West Philadelphia made a film about their lives. As the newly formed Tabernacle Film Club, the boys conceived, shot, edited, and narrated the film, which they titled Not Much To Do. Ben Achtenberg, a graduate student at the time, mentored the boys in film making techniques.

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Cinema Studies Program
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