Coming to PBS’ Independent Lens next Monday, May 27: DETROPIA

Heidi Ewing and Rachel Grady’s impressionistic portrait of Detroit made its debut at Sundance last year, picking up the best documentary editing award. Its fest circuit included True/False, Cleveland, Hot Docs, DocAviv, Silverdocs, Milwaukee, Documentary Edge, and Traverse City, among others. Following a theatrical release, the doc made the Oscar shortlist for Best Documentary Feature.

I profiled the film before Sundance here.

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  1. Pingback: Deciphering Detropia: The Power of Degrowth, the Destructiveness of Neoliberalism « Olduvaiblog: Musings on the coming collapse

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