Love in Black and White

A film from Expo 67 shows us the absurdity of racism.

This short film is one of the 12 winners of a contest hosted by the 1967 Montreal International Film Festival. The submissions were to be 60 seconds long, without speech and had to reflect the theme of Expo 67, Man and His World. These films can be found in the cult classic “The World of Man” by Albert Fisher, which won numerous international awards at prestigious events following its release. “The World of Man” is now being made available to the general public for the first time in over 40 years. Find out more!

The viewing of these films was made possible thanks to the generosity of American producer and filmmaker Albert Fisher, a great pacifist and advocate for the values of Man and His World.

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