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Lucy Massie Phenix's You Got to Move: Stories of Change in the South is about individuals who have dared to change the world for the better and Tennessee s world-renowned Highlander Folk School (now Highlander Research and Education Center), the place that for 80 years has taught them how to achieve this change. The DVD is released to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights landmark Albany Movement (Bernice Johnson Reagon appears prominently in this film) and the upcoming 80th Anniversary of Highlander. Whether it was fighting for Civil Rights, the rights of Labor, or stopping the ravaging of communities by strip mining and toxic waste dumping, these Highlander people have been active in some of the most significant movements in this country. Rich in the language and music of the South, You Got to Move is about people s discovery within themselves of the courage and ability to confront reality and change it. It is a film that champions civil action and makes you want to move!
Years in the making, this special edition DVD includes a new High-Def master off of the original negative, Bill Moyers’ Journal: Interview with Myles Horton, excerpt (1981), The Cutting Room Floor: Interview with E.D. Nixon, Architect of the Montgomery Bus Boycott, Highlander’s 75th Anniversary Celebration, short (2007), The people in the film revisited, Lucy Massie Phenix comments on the making of the film, Interview with Bill Saunders, Spanish subtitles (Optional).
Also available in 16mm prints for Theatrical and Nontheatrical
A Milliarium Zero release
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