The Good Fight (1984)

directed by Noel Buckner, Mary Dore, & Sam Sills

with short film

Guernica (1950)

directed by Alain Resnais & Alain Hessens

Thursday, October 13, 7 pm

introduced by Peter N. Carroll,

Chair Emeritus of the Board of Governors of the

Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives

Barbro Osher Theater

Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive

relevant links:

BAMPFA Event Website

The Good Fight tells the inspiring story of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, a ragtag group of American citizens who joined the fight against Franco during the Spanish Civil War. The documentary punctuates impassioned testimonies of veterans with harrowing archival footage. With the influential short Guernica, which considers one of the Spanish Civil War’s worst atrocities through Pablo Picasso’s masterpiece. (Full program approximately 120 minutes.)

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