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"Class Close-Up: Documentary Film and the City" in the Princeton Alumni Weekly

This Fall's class -- which I'm excited and intrigued to be co-teaching with historian Alison Isenberg -- is featured in this month's issue of the Princeton Alumni Weekly. It's appropriate, since Harlan Joseph was, for six weeks in the summer of 1964, a student at Princeton University. He, and 39 other boys, were chosen to be part of a pilot program for the Upward Bound program, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation and staffed by Princeton faculty and students. The more we delve into this program, the more interesting I find it. Upward Bound and the Princeton Cooperative Schools Program did so much to help integrate higher education, but it also reveals the naive optimism of the 60s era soc

Taller the the Trees: Op-Doc Screening in L.A.

Taller Than The Trees is screening tonight in L.A. at the Landmark. It's part of an International Documentary Association screening honoring some of this year's Op-Doc Films. iTaller Than the Trees is the story of Masami Hayata, a Tokyo man delicately balancing his roles as advertising executive, father, husband and devoted son - and caregiver - to his ailing mother. It's directed by Megan Mylan and produced with Emily Taguchi. Peter Albrechtsen did the wonderful sound. The film will be featured on The New York Times in a few weeks.

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