A Story from Africa
|Music||António de Sousa Dias|
|Sound Design||António de Sousa Dias|
|Production Manager||Margarida Veiga|
|Producer||Rui Alexandre Santos|
Billy Woodberry, born in Dallas, USA in 1950, is one of the founders of the L.A. Rebellion film movement. His first feature film Bless Their Little Hearts (1983) is a pioneer and essential work of this movement, influenced by Italian neo-realism and the work of Third Cinema filmmakers. He received his MFA degree from UCLA in 1982 where he also taught at the School of Theater, Film and Television. Since 1989 Woodberry is a faculty member of the School of Film/Video and the School of Art at the California Institute of the Arts. His work has been screened at international film festivals and art institutions.
1980 The Pocketbook; 13 min. 1982 Ashes to Embers; 120 min. 1984 Bless Their Little Hearts; 80 min. 1995 When It Rains; 13 min. 1996 Red Hollywood; 118 min. 2011 Spirits of Rebellion: Black Film at UCLA; 45 min. 2015 And when I die, I won't stay dead; 89 min. 2018 A Story from Africa
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2019