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Woodcutters of the Deep South

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Genre  Documentary
Prequel  Black Fantasy
Country  United States
Director  Lionel Rogosin
Cinematography  Lionel Rogosin
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Language  English
Woodcutters of the Deep South Michael Rogosin interviewed by Tanya
Release date  1973 (1973)
Genres  Documentary, Biographical film
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Woodcutters of the Deep South is the sixth and final feature-length film produced and directed by American independent filmmaker Lionel Rogosin. The film looks at workers who organize to resist exploitation by pulpwood corporations.

Rogosin made one more short film, Arab Israeli Dialogue, released in 1974, but for the next 25 years he struggled to find support for a number of unrealized projects.

References

Woodcutters of the Deep South Wikipedia
Woodcutters of the Deep South IMDb


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