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Yazoo Revisited DVD
Yazoo Revisited:Integration and Segregation in a Deep Southern Town

A film by David Rae Morris

Yazoo Update--July 1st 2017: "Yazoo Revisited" made it's broadcast debut on Mississippi Public Broadcasting in April. The DVD is now available for sale. It includes the broadcast version of the film PLUS extended interviews with many of my subjects, including several who were cut from the film. You can order a copy of the "Yazoo Revisited" DVD for $19.95 plus shipping and handling (domestic orders only) at the link below, or buy it directly at one of the following locations in Mississippi and Louisiana:


LOUISIANA

Octavia Books
513 Octavia Street
New Orleans, Louisiana
504-899-7323


MISSISSIPPI

Downtown Market Place
231 South Main Street
Yazoo City, Mississippi
662-746-5031

Mississippi Museum of Art
380 S. Lamar Street
Jackson, Mississippi
601-960-1515

Cat Head Delta Blues and Folk Art
252 Delta Avenue
Clarksdale, Mississippi
662-624-5992

Square Books
160 Courthouse Square
Oxford, Mississippi
662-236-2262

Lemuria Books
202 Banner Hall
4465 I-55 North
Jackson, Mississippi
601-366-7619

Attic Gallery
1101 Washington Street
Vicksburg, Mississippi
601-638-9221

I expect to announce more locations in the coming weeks. DVDs are for personal/home use only. If you would like information on licensing "Yazoo Revisited" for educational use--Public Performance Rights (PPR), a Digital Site License (DSL) or a Streaming License--or you want to bring me to your campus or lecture to your group/organization and screen the film, please contact me directly.





Since its release in 2015, "Yazoo Revisited" has been shown at more than a dozen film festivals across the country, including the Clarksdale Film Festival, the Oxford Film Festival, and the Sun and Sands Film Festival in Mississippi; the New Orleans Film Festival and Cinema on the Bayou in Louisiana; Indie Grits, in Columbia, South Carolina, the Orlando Film Festival, the Macon Film Festival, and the Kansas International Film Festival. It won the Most Transformative Film Award at the Crossroads Film Festival and second place for Documentary Feature at the Lake Charles Film Festival. "Yazoo Revisited" also won Special Recgonition/Awards of Merit from the IndieFEST Film Award and the Impact Docs Awards, an Award of Merit from the Accolade Global Film Competition, and a Bronze Award from the Spotlight Documentary Film Awards. I have just been notified that "Yazoo Revisited" has been accepted to the 23rd Annual San Antonio Film Festival July 31-August 6, 2017. If you would like information on licensing "Yazoo Revisited" for educational use--Public Performance Rights (PPR), a Digital Site License (DSL) or a Streaming License--or bringing me to your campus to lecture and screen the film, please contact me directly.


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