includes: The Hudson's Building, Borderline: The Story of 8 Mile Road,
Train Station: Michigan Central Train Depot
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The Detroit Documentaries DVD features 3 Detroit themed documentaries:
The Emmy Wining "Borderline: The Story of 8 Mile Road", the very popular "The Hudson's Building" (a favorite at Detroit Historical Museum screenings), and Train Station (Michigan Central Train Depot), a documentary shot in 1998 and released in 2004 .
To view clips from this DVD, use the playlist.
This Playlist includes clips from each of the documentaries on the
Detroit Documentaries DVD.
This highly acclaimed production (3 Telly Awards, 2 Emmy's, 11 Emmy nominations) tells the story of baseball's oldest field and the backstage maneuvering that led to its abandonment.
The Brown House
Fifty Years in a Frank LLoyd Wright Home
For over fifty years Eric and Ann Brown have lived in a Frank Lloyd Wright home in the Parkwyn district of Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Home was kept to the exact design elements as dictated by the architect. Featuring rare photos of Frank Lloyd Wright in Kalamazoo, personal correspondence between the family and the architect, and interviews with three generations, this documentary is an endearing portrait of one Kalamazoo's preeminent families and the home they loved.
A Graffitti Documentary
From tagging to piecing, this controversial documentary chronicles some of L.A.'s hottest graffitti writers and crews. Shot from a graffitti writers perspective, the question of whether it's art or vandalism is left for you to decide.
Segments were featured on NBC News/Today Show.
Winner; Bronze Apple: National Educational Film & Video Festival
"An audio & video feast..."
L.A. Weekly (Pick of the Week)