|ALL ME: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF WINFRED REMBERT|
|Crew: ||Producers: Vivian Ducat, Mark Urman - Cinematographer: David Gaynes - Editor: Michael Culyba
Chronicles the journey of Winfred Rembert, an African American artist who recently had a retrospective in a top-tier Madison Avenue gallery who earlier in his life had served seven years on a chain gang in Georgia. His brightly colored paintings which are executed on leather canvases which Rembert also tools, a technique he learned in prison, describe life in the Jim Crow south in the 1950's and 60's. A native of Georgia, Rembert, now lives with his wife and eight children in a rough neighborhood in New Haven but also operates in the social universe of well-off white collectors in Connecticut who buy his work. The film traces his life and contextualizes the era it describes.
Vivian Ducat spent over twenty years traveling the world, making television documentaries for the BBC and PBS, where her series credits include The Story of English, The American Experience, and The Prize. In 2011, Ducat went back to long-format filmmaking, producing two feature documentaries, All Me: The Life and Times of Winfred Rembert and Stonefaced. While at Columbia University Digital Knowledge Ventures fro 2001-2007, Ducat was trained in the practice of museum media, including touch screen kiosks, exhibition websites and short films. Her client list includes many nationally ranked institutions including the Library of Congress, the National Park Service, the New-York Historical Society, the Museum of the City of New York, Columbia University and others.
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