EDUARDO MONTES-BRADLEY

HERITAGE FILM PROJECT

Montes-Bradley creates films with a transcendent documentary style. His work has a strong presence in film festivals, public television, and is available in public and academic libraries through Kanopy, and Alexander Street Press. Montes-Bradley has been awarded national and international distinctions for his portraiture of the descendants of the enslaved men and women at James Madison's Montpelier. His biographical portrayal of Civil Rights activist Julian Bond was presented at the Royal Academy in London.

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PREMIERE Nov. 26

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA

  • “The Other Madisons” | The Sisterhood Book Club
    Online Screening
  • "The Other Madisons” | The First Amendment Museum
    Online Screening
  • “The Other Madisons” | Harvard University
    Online Screening
  • “The Other Madisons” | NCA, Santa Fe
    Online Screening
  • “The Other Madisons” | The African American Performing Arts Center, NM
    Online Screening
  • "The Other Madisons” | The Marietta House Museum
    Online Screening

AT HOME WITH ALICE PARKER

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