The Texas Documentary Tour: A Hymn for Alvin Ailey and Malcolm X: Make it Plain

NR Directed by Orlando Bagwell.

REVIEWED By Marjorie Baumgarten, Thu., Sept. 30, 1999

The two films by Orlando Bagwell featured in this series displayhis documentary focus on African-American history and culture. Previousefforts include his collaborative work on the groundbreaking Eyes on thePrize. Orlando Bagwell will introduce the films and conduct a Q&A after thescreenings. (See related interview in this week's Screens section.) TheTexas Documentary Tour is co-sponsored by the Austin Film Society, the UTDepartment of RTF, The Austin Chronicle, KLRU-TV, and SXSW Film.

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