Birth of a Movement - D.W. Griffith: Son of the South - Clip
Clip | 1m 39s
In this excerpt from the Independent Lens documentary Birth of a Movement, we learn about the childhood of iconic silent filmmaker D.W. Griffith, director of Birth of a Nation, who was born 10 years after the end of the Civil War. He grew up in a South that was romanticized for him through folklore despite the fact that he grew up in poverty and was basically considered "white trash."
Aired: 02/06/17 |
Clip | 2m 49s
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