The Workers Film And Photo League


The following article and interviews are from Jump Cut, a Review of Contemporary Media, an extraordinary journal "analyzing media in relation to class, race, and gender". Much of issue no. 14 from March, 1977 and a portion of issue no. 16 from November, 1977 were devoted to the history and impact of the Workers Film and Photo League. Particular thanks go to Russell Campbell and Buzz Alexander for their extensive work on the history of left-wing radical filmmaking.

Film and Photo League: Radical Cinema in the 30's by Russell Campbell

Film and Photo League Exhibition Strategies by Brad Chisholm

Film and Photo League Filmography by Russell Campbell and William Alexander

Film and Photo League Bibliography by Russell Campbell

Samuel Brody Interview: The Camera As a Weapon in the Class Struggle by Tony Safford

Leo Seltzer Interview by Russell Campbell

A Dialogue on the Film and Photo League by David Platt and Russell Campbell