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Harlem Wednesday

USA, 1957 (MIFF 1959, Programme 12)

Director: John Hubley

In the paintings of the American artist, Prestopino, the camera explores life in Harlem throughout the day and late into the night. The film won an award at the Venice Film Festival.

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