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10:20, 2016. A “documation” film about social disorder in East Tennessee in 1956 from a personal and political point of view. There, rabble rouser John Kasper, a student of the influential, anti-Semitic poet Ezra Pound, fomented prolonged racial strife over high school de-segregation. The filmmaker was 13 years old then, but it still affects his outlook on race relations today. The film includes cartoon ”hillbillies” sitting on a porch, collaged photos of Kasper, and live footage of Alfred Williams, one of the high school students.

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