4 LITTLE GIRLS (1997) 28031

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Direct Cinema Limited 22x40 Poster Signed SPIKE LEE

A very special poster. This is a 22x40 poster used for the Direct Cinema release of Spike Lee's documentary about the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing that occurred in Birmingham, Alabama on September 15, 1963. Four young girls were killed in this horrific moment of terrorism. The 1997 film was made in a cooperative venture between Spike Lee's company, 40 Acres and a Mule and Home Box Office. The film was premiered June 25, 1997 at the Guild 50th Street Theatre in New York City. Spike Lee wanted to make a film about the bombing as early as 1983, but the film was not made until years later. A dramatic film was considered, but Lee decided a documentary was a better idea. In 2017, the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress. This poster, which is an unusual size for a film poster - 22x40 - was signed by the director, Spike Lee. MovieArt Austin guarantees that this poster is an authentic poster for this film. MovieArt Austin will sell no reproductions.

SPIKE LEE - Director

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