“In Search of the Light” Documentary film on African American artists abroad

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Jacqueline Cofield at Elizabeth Catlett’s Cuernavaca, Mexico Home & Studio ©J Rêve International

Currently in post-production, In Search of the Light, was shot in 7 countries (US, France, Italy, Spain, England, Mexico, and the Netherlands) and includes interviews with leading African American visual artists, exploring the impact of international education, travels, and expatriate living has on their  lives, and careers.

Interviewees: Sam Middleton, Barbara Chase-Riboud, Ed Clark, Richard Mayhew, Vicente Pimentel, Angelbert Metoyer, Frank Bowling, Nanette Carter, Mary Ann Rose Gentry, Sam Gilliam, Bill Hutson, Elizabeth Catlett, Najjar Abdul Musawwir, Richard Gibson, and Ealy Mays.

Director / Producer: Jacqueline Cofield

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Rest in peace Elizabeth Catlett, www-elizabeth catlett nytimes-com and Sam Middleton http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/nytimes/obituary.aspx?pid=175393067.  It was an honor to be with you abroad in your home and studios, and an honor to share your legacy.

Jacqueline Cofield and Ed Clark in Paris at Notre Dame © J Rêve International
Artists Ealy Mays and Ed Clark at Cité Internationale Des Arts, Paris
Barbara Chase-Riboud in Paris © J Rêve International
Vicente Pimentel in his Paris studio © J Rêve International
Ed Clark in Paris © J Rêve International
Ed Clark in Paris © J Rêve International


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