1928 / 4 mins
Directed by: Zora Neale Hurston
Language / Country : English / United States
A 2018 compilation of Zora Neale Hurston’s registers of activities in American black communities from the rural South, it possesses a highly anthropological value. Shot in 1928-29, the collection includes children’s games, capers and dance, a baseball crowd, a baptism and portraits of a beautiful black young woman and a tall man with an axe. The images are enhanced by the score composed by Renée Clark Baker.