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on Jan 10, 2012

Charlotte: A Wooden Boat Story Antidote Films – Available Now “The separation of craft from art and design is one of the phenomena of late-twentieth-century Western culture,” writes Peter Dormer in The Culture of Craft, cited on the website to Jeffrey Kusama-Hinte’s new documentary, Charlotte: A Wooden Boat Story. In his directorial follow-up to Soul Power, Kusama-Hinte (also a producer whose credits include The Kids are All Right and the board chairman of IFP) captures, in loving 16mm, a Martha’s Vineyard boatyard whose work is an elegy to those vanishing values of hand-crafted perfection cited by Dormer. Charlotte follows boat […]

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