Selling Democracy: Films of the Marshall Plan 1948-1953
Tues. Oct. 7, 4:15 PM
LPAC Cinema, Swarthmore College
Independent producer and project director Sandra Schulberg presents a program of recovered and restored films, a sampling of the 250 titles made under the aegis of the post-World War II European Recovery Program (ERP), known as “the Marshall Plan,” as part of its public information program. A chance to see rare archival films and to hear about this postwar use of film as a medium for social change, a project with relevance for our own moment. For more information see: http://www.sellingdemocracy.org/
Sandra Schulberg is a graduate of Swarthmore College. Her father Stuart Schulberg headed the Marshall Plan Motion Picture Section.
Presented by the Office of the President, The Program in Film and Media Studies and the Department of History with support from Department of Sociology/Anthropology and the Program in Peace and Conflict Studies. Followed by reception.