The Murder of Fred Hampton
|Cinematography||Howard Alk, Mike Gray|
|Editing||Howard Alk, John Mason|
The Film Group
The Murder of Fred Hampton, provided courtesy of The Chicago Film Archives
Born in Chicago, USA in 1930. He studied at the University of Chicago. In 1959, Alk co-founded the theatre group "The Second City". When he turned to film, he became a sought-after editor in the counterculture scene. In 1969, he made his first film. Alk was a long-time friend and collaborator of Bob Dylan, whose tours he documented. He died in 1982.
1969 American Revolution 2; 76 min. 1971 Luxman Baul's Movie; 90 min. 1974 Janis; 96 min.
Bio- & filmography as of Berlinale 2020