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Title The rise and fall of the brown buffalo / director/writer/producer, Phillip Rodriguez ; writer, David Ventura ; producer, Alison Sotomayor.
Imprint [Los Angeles, California] : City Projects, LLC, [2018]

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Subject Acosta, Oscar Zeta.
Mexican Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography.
Political activists -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography.
Lawyers -- California -- Los Angeles -- Biography.
Mexican Americans -- California -- Los Angeles -- Ethnic identity.
Alt Name Rodriguez, Phillip,
Ventura, David, 1974-
Sotomayor, Alison,
Rocha, Claudio (Cinematographer),
City Projects, LLC,
Kanopy (Firm) Distributor.
Add Title Subtitle on Kanopy web page: Oscar Zeta Acosta : from Latino activist to Dr. Gonzo
Description 1 online resource (1 video file (55 min., 58 sec.)) : sound, color with black and white sequences
Time 005558
Description Motion pictures. lcgft
Cast Jesse Celedon, Jeff Harms, Oscar Pena, Trin Miller, Damien Landini, Mike Gerbi.
Credits Cinematographer, editor, animator, Claudio Rocha ; composer, Alejandro Cohen, Aaron Drake.
Note "This program was produced by City Projects, LLC., which is solely responsible for its content."
Originally produced by City Projects in 2018.
Summary A fresh and genre-defying film about the life of radical Chicano lawyer, author and counter-cultural icon, Oscar Zeta Acosta -- the basis for the character Dr. Gonzo in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, written by his friend, legendary journalist-provocateur Hunter S. Thompson. Depicts Acosta's personal and creative evolution playing out against the backdrop of a society in turmoil, from his origins in segregated rural California, to his stint as a Baptist missionary in the jungles of Panama, to his radicalization in the Chicano movement of the late 60's, and finally to his mysterious disappearance off the coast of Mexico in 1974.
Note Description from online resource; title from title frames (Kanopy, viewed on May 25, 2018).
In English.
Publisher # 3555246 Kanopy
OCLC # 1035153119


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