An injury to one [videorecording] / presented by First Run/Icarus Films ; Up Front Films ; image, text, voice, Travis Wilkerson.
Contributor(s): Wilkerson, Travis | Oldham, Will | O'Rourke, Jim | Buckner, Richard | Wright, Shannon (Musician) | Low (Musical group) | Low & Dirty Three (Musical group) | Gastr del Sol (Musical group) | Aix Em Klemm (Musical group) | If Thousands (Musical group) | First Run/Icarus Films | Up Front Films.Material type: Visual materialPublisher: Brooklyn, NY : First Run/Icarus Films, c2002Description: 1 videodisc (53 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.Subject(s): Little, Frank, -1917 | Hammett, Dashiell, 1894-1961. Red harvest | Anaconda Copper Mining Company -- History | Industrial Workers of the World -- History | Miners -- Labor unions -- Montana -- Butte -- History | Labor unions -- Organizing -- Montana -- Butte -- History | Copper miners -- Labor unions -- Montana -- Butte -- History | Copper mines and mining -- Montana -- Butte -- History | Murder -- Montana -- Butte -- Case studies | Company towns -- History | Butte (Mont.) -- HistoryGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Experimental films.DDC classification: 331.8860973
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|Two-week, NO renewal||Butte Public Library STACKS||DVD||DVD AN (Browse shelf)||Available||2089100142270|
|Two-week, NO renewal||Butte Public Library STACKS||DVD||DVD AN (Browse shelf)||Available||2089100142271|
|Two-week, NO renewal||Butte Public Library STACKS||DVD||DVD AN (Browse shelf)||Available||2089100125192|
DVD; NTSC, region 1, 4x3 presentation; stereo.
Music by Low, Low & Dirty Three, Will Oldham, Jim O'Rourke, Gastr del Sol, Richard Buckner, Aix Em Klemm, If Thousands, Shannon Wright.
"[C]hronicles the rise and fall of Butte, Montana, and specifically, the mysterious and grisly death of legendary Wobbly organizer, Frank Little. Much of the extant evidence is inscribed upon Butte's landscape, thus, a connection is drawn between the unsolved murder, and the devastation of the town itself ... The murder provides [the film] with a taut narrative, which is interwoven with the history of the American Left, McCarthyism, environmental destruction, and even the birth of the detective novel."--Container.
Winner, Big Sky Award, 2004 Big Sky Documentary Film Festival.
Originally produced in 2002.
"Made in partial fulfillment of the Master of Fine Arts Degree at CalArts."--Closing credits.