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Jim Carrier - "Faces in the Water"

  • Aired: 10/03/2008
  • 26:30
  • Rating: TV-G
Director and originator of Wisconsin Film School Jim Carrier discusses "Faces in the Water," a documentary that tells the stories carved on the Civil Rights Memorial, as well as "Midnight in Montgomery," an uncompleted film about Hank Williams fans.
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Jim Carrier talks about his films and the Wisconsin Film School.
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