See this film retrospective: "Ed Pincus, Lost and Found" at the HFA

Black Natchez (1967)

Shooting documentaries can be risky, as Ed Pincus, one of the leading local pioneers in the field, learned in the 1970s when a contact helping him with his 1967 documentary Black Natchez threatened his life, forcing him and his family into seclusion. That ill-fated film will open the Harvard Film Archive retrospective of his work, "Ed Pincus, Lost and Found," which will run through April 9. Co-directed with David Neuman, Natchez is a raw, vérité look at turmoil and sacrifice during a voter registration drive in Mississippi in 1965. Pincus and Neuman will attend the screening. The Archive is in the Carpenter Center, 24 Quincy St, Cambridge | Friday, April 6 @ 7 pm | $12 | 617.495.4700 or


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