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WORLD CHANNEL

Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now - Making of EyesonthePrize

  • Aired: 02/28/2016
  • 02:40
  • Rating: NR
Filmmaker Henry Hampton was inspired to tell the history of the Civil Rights Movement from marching to the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama. For the black & white, men & women production team, the challenges of producing the six films for Series I of "Eyes on the Prize" ranged from budget to stories. This is the "Making Of." From the WORLD Channel special, "Eyes on the Prize: Then and Now."
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"Eyes on the Prize" filmmakers talk Henry Hampton and challenges of producing the series.
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