SummaryIncorporating narration, new and archival film footage and photographs, and new interviews with surviving participants, Leaving Selma recalls the struggle for civil rights in Selma, Alabama, and the events of March 7, 1965, when demonstrators attempting to march to Montgomery were attacked by sheriff's deputies and state troopers at the Edmund Pettus Bridge.
Selma to Montgomery Rights March
-- (1965 :
-- Selma, Ala.)
Civil rights -- Alabama -- Selma.
Selma (Ala.) -- Race relations.
Documentary television programs.
Nonfiction television programs.
Video recordings for the hearing impaired.
|Publisher|| [Stone Mountain, Ga.] :[Smokerise Entertainment],2015
|Edition||Anniversary edition, Widescreen.|
Hackworth, C. B.,
Cole, Jane (Television producer), producer.
Young, Andrew, 1932- screenwriter, narrator.
Angelou, Maya, contributor.
Quinn, Molly C., 1993- contributor.
Andrew J. Young Foundation.
Smokerise Entertainment (Firm), production company.
Andrew Young, narrator ; introduction, Maya Angelou ; special narration, Molly C. Quinn.
Anthony Daniels, Dave Dawson, Scott Auerbach, cinematographers ; Spider Martin, photographs ; Mark Bryant, video editor ; music performed by Brokedown Cadillac (Corri English, Randy Dunham, Jeff Legore, Don Ian, Danny Reuland)
Broadcast as a TV documentary in 2011.
DVD; NTSC; (16:9); letterboxed; widescreen.