Saturday 4/15/67 is a film about the FIRST MASSIVE PEACE MARCH IN NEW YORK CITY, AGAINST THE VIETNAM WAR. The major news media did not cover this march. No photos appeared in either newspapers or magazines and it was a non-event for tv news. I tried to convey in the film the experience of a marcher, with the sights and sounds of the beginning of the march at Central Park's Sheep's Meadon, down along 5 Avenue and ending at the U. N. plaza, with the sights and sounds of anti-protesters along the marching route. This film is meant to be a record of this first massive peace march which was not covered by any news media., on SATURDAY, 4/15/1967.
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Harry Weisburd16mm, black and white, sound, 13 minRental format: 16mm