Filmmaker Interview: Jane Wagner and Tina DiFeliciantonio (1998)

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Wagner and DiFeliciantonio talk about TWO OR THREE THINGS I KNOW FOR SURE, their short film about Dorothy Allison which premiered on POV in 1998 as part of the SHE SHORTS series. Allison is a writer from Greenville, NC. Her first book "Bastard Out of Carolina" was a finalist for the 1992 National Book Award. The filmmakers talk about how her writing inspired them to make the film.

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