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  • Andrew Jones In Iraq

    Andrew Jones In Iraq

    Andrew Jones speaks from a peace camp in Iraq where an international group of protesters have formed a human shield between armies to attempt to prevent the beginning of the Iraq War. 0:00 Jones begins the piece by recalling reading in the newspaper about this action upon his return from shooting a documentary about kid reggae stars in Jamaica. “My first thought was, ‘Shit, this is a great story!’ But my second thought was, &#8… Continue reading

  • Chicago’s South Side, election day 1992 with Andrew Jones

    Chicago’s South Side, election day 1992 with Andrew Jones

    …tonian, Andrew was a devoted and inquisitive correspondent, with a particular passion for black politics in the US. He spent most of election day talking with voters, election judges, and campaign staff about Chicago politics and the legacy of Mayor Harold Washington. You can check out Andrew Jones’ own selection of clips from his raw footage for The 90’s Election Special at Media Burn…. Continue reading

  • Tribute to Andrew Jones and his video on the ’92 L.A. Riots

    Tribute to Andrew Jones and his video on the ’92 L.A. Riots

    This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Los Angeles riots that were triggered by the news of the acquittal of the five L.A. police officers who had beaten Rodney King (1965-2012) after a car chase and his arrest in 1991. The police actions against King were captured on videotape which was broadcast worldwide on TV.  Videomaker Andrew P. Jones created a stunning portrait of Los Angeles and its people shortly after the 1992 riots.  Jones, one… Continue reading

  • “Our kind of video”: Nelson Mandela and South Africa through the eyes of Andrew Jones

    “Our kind of video”: Nelson Mandela and South Africa through the eyes of Andrew Jones

    …death in 2010. So when you watch this footage, it isn’t just more TV news about Nelson Mandela and the politics of South Africa—it’s also a look through the eyes of Andrew Jones, who was passionate about what he was looking at, and had a strong, undeniable feeling that it was important and needed to be seen. Watch more videos by Andrew Jones, as well as an episode of The 90’s on Race and Racism, at Media Burn…. Continue reading

  • In Tribute to Andrew Jones, Roving Correspondent for THE 90’s

    In Tribute to Andrew Jones, Roving Correspondent for THE 90’s

    In memory of Andrew Jones, who died five years ago, we would like to share with you this tribute from Tom Weinberg, as well as a piece Andrew shot about the first day when blacks were allowed to vote in South Africa. In fact, Andrew’s interest into the politics of South Africa were deep, ranging from his 1986 proposal for Boston’s African-American communities to form their own city named “Mandela,” to his emigration to South… Continue reading

  • Andrew Jones

    Andrew Jones

    Description: This collection features the documentary work of Andrew Jones. Jones’s work often focused on local and national political protests, issues of human rights, global race relations and often displayed the value of grassroots organisation. His films were featured on the 90’s , the prominent alternative broadcasting and documentary television show known for pioneering and incorporating of-the-time technologies such as handheld cameras… Continue reading

  • Thumbs Across America

    Thumbs Across America

    …ountry.” 00:26 Text: “Dedicated to the memory of Marvin Jerome Short.” 00:30 The beginning of Andrew Jones’s journey. He is standing on a streetcorner, holding his hitchhiking sign, “CALIF” (other side “SAN FRAN”). VO: “I started hitchhiking when I was thirteen years old.” B-roll of exterior Boston (where Jones begins from) and Jones walking with his things and trying to catch a ride, as… Continue reading

  • Image Union, episode 1222

    Image Union, episode 1222

    0:04 Image Union opening. Narrator gives background on Andrew Jones’ unexpected witnessing of an invasion. 1:07 Title: Panama: Just Cause? At 4 a.m. in Panama City, Andrew Jones describes how he got where he is now. “For days it dominated the news – the United States had invaded Panama, and Manuel Noriega was on the run. The invasion was swift, surgical, and effective. The Panamanian defense forces were crushed, the people were… Continue reading

 

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