“raises meaningful questions and keeps them profitably open”

New York Times

“One of our best documents of the civil rights era”

the Village Voice

“a deeply moving examination of the power of a single individual to affect change”

the Hollywood Reporter

“Grace Lee’s documentary is a glorious feat of editing — in content, visually, and of sound”

the Village Voice

“Ah, revolution — so that’s what it can look like. This beautiful movie (and its amazing subject) makes clear not only why we need revolution, but what revolution can mean for those of us who live under the yoke of less obvious dictatorships.”

Andy Bichlbaum, The Yes Men

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Extra features:

  • A Conversation with Grace Lee Boggs: USC, 2009
  • On Revolution: A Conversation Between Grace
    Lee Boggs and Angela Davis, UC Berkeley 2012
  • Filmmakers' Commentary
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Grace Lee Boggs' reaction to the film
  • Grace Lee Boggs Day at the James and Grace Lee Boggs School

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News

HELP SUPPORT GRACE LEE BOGGS

I had a chance to visit Grace Boggs this weekend in Detroit with another mutual friend, Julia Putnam of the Boggs School. As many of you know, Grace has been in hospice care since September. We held hands as she talked about subjects as diverse as aging and dying, growing up Chinese American in Queens in the 1920s, and how we need to listen to the young people of Ferguson. It was a strain for her to speak, but at one point she expressed how nice it was for us to be there with her. I’m sharing this story because Grace’s close friends have set up a trust to help defray the expenses of her very costly long-term 24/hour care — which allows her to make her final transition at home, surrounding by those closest to her. Please join me on Giving Tuesday (which follows Black Friday and Cyber Monday) and consider making a contribution to someone who has spent most of her life fighting and providing so much for others.
Thank you.Grace Lee, filmmaker.
Donate here:

http://actionnetwork.org/fundraising/support-grace-lee-boggs

Livestream Q&A with Grace Lee, Caroline Libresco and Grace Lee Boggs – July 1st

Please join Producer/Director Grace Lee, Producer Caroline Libresco and Grace Lee Boggs for a live chat about the film as it streams online! Starts at 7pm ET, Tuesday July 1st. More info here

National Broadcast on PBS documentary series POV – June 30th

American Revolutionary will make its television debut on PBS as part of the POV series on June 30th. Be sure to check your local listings and tune in!
Then watch the post-broadcast discussion with director Grace Lee on July 1st!

Bring American Revolutionary to a theater near you!

AmRev has partnered with Tugg, an organization that allows community members to organize their own US screenings in existing movie theaters!  All you have to do is meet the required number of guests to secure the event. You can learn more about the process here.

AmRev goes to Austria and New Zealand

The next international screenings will take place at the Crossroads Film Festival in Graz, Austria on May 21st and at the Doc Edge Fest in Auckland (May 31st, June 2nd) and Wellington (June 10th & 14th), New Zealand!

AmRev wins Docu Audience Award at Wisconsin Film Fest!

“American Revolutionary” has won another Audience Award at the Wisconsin Film Festival!

2014 Steep & Brew Audience Award Winners
Documentary: American Revolutionary: The Evolution of Grace Lee Boggs

Thank you, audiences!

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