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1:26:24 | 2000
GEORGE directed by Corra and Grahame Weinbren is described by Amy Taubin in The Village Voice as "an exceptionally intelligent and moving documentary that explores Corra's twelve year old autistic son George, who uses his own video camera to make a movie within the movie. In fact, the film is about how we define normalcy." GEORGE had its American theatrical premiere at The Screening Room, New York City and was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, The National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., The Gaga Film Festival, Berlin, Germany and aired on HBO in July 2000.


Topics: Disabled, Children, Autism, Health, Family, Art, Movie, Camera
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Pamela Colangelo
Pamela Colangelo
October 3, 2013
jess quinn
jess quinn
August 7, 2013
Great documentary, but the cello is very annoying and distracting