A few weeks ago, Juanita Brown, one of the filmmakers behind “Traces of the Trade” (reviewed for Viva Doc by Natalie McCroy here), came into Columbia’s Documentary III class to talk about her film. With her, she brought Tom DeWolf, one of the subjects featured in the documentary, which premiered at Sundance earlier this year and was broadcast on PBS in summer 2008.
Above is an 8 minute highlight reel edited by Viva Doc’s own Karl Geweniger. The video was originally shot by Wes Browning. Video of the full Q&A session will be available from the Doc Center’s library in the fourth floor documentary suite (room 407) of the 1104 S Wabash film building.
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