A MASSACRE IN MEMPHIS Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the DOC Festival Aug. 2019

Documentary Short Film Festival

 

A MASSACRE IN MEMPHIS, 18min., USA, Documentary>

Directed by Dee Garceau
May 1, 1866: A small group of Irish police accosted black Union soldiers on a street corner in Memphis, Tennessee. The soldiers resisted being bullied. When a policeman shoved one soldier, he exchanged heated words with the cop. The soldiers outnumbered the police, who moved off, hurling epithets behind them.

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A MASSACRE IN MEMPHIS Short Film, Audience FEEDBACK from the DOC Festival Aug. 2019

Documentary Short Film Festival

 

A MASSACRE IN MEMPHIS, 18min., USA, Documentary>

Directed by Dee Garceau
May 1, 1866: A small group of Irish police accosted black Union soldiers on a street corner in Memphis, Tennessee. The soldiers resisted being bullied. When a policeman shoved one soldier, he exchanged heated words with the cop. The soldiers outnumbered the police, who moved off, hurling epithets behind them.

CLICK HERE – and see full info and more pics of the film!

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