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From the Archives: Filmmaker Marlon Riggs (1992)

  • Aired: 06/15/1992
  • 34:35
  • Rating: NR
In "Color Adjustment," Marlon Riggs weaves together television clips and commentary from producers, actors, and scholars in order to display how race relations has played out on television. In this interview, Riggs discusses his inspiration for making the film.
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From the Archives: Filmmaker Marlon Riggs (1992)
From the Archives: Filmmaker Marlon Riggs (1992)
Filmmaker Marlon Riggs discusses the making of "Color Adjustment" (POV 1992).
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