$100 & a T-Shirt: A Documentary About Zines in the Northwest (2004) - Watch Online. Directed by Joe Biel

Genres Documentary    
IMDb rating
6/10
Director        
Writers Joe Biel
Basil Shadid
Cast    
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 83 min, 51 min
Plot A cultural analysis of what causes zine makers to tick; what the hell zines are, why people make zines, the origin of zines, the resources and community available for zine makers, and the future of zines. Interviews with about 70 zine makers, ex-zine makers, and readers from the northwest. Featuring footage of the Portland Zine Symposium, other zine related events, and activities bringing zine culture to life. An original documentary with over 64 hours of footage for people with a new interest in zines as well as pros and novices. The video sparks untapped creativity and new interest into zine making and reading.... search for $100 & a T-Shirt: A Documentary About Zines in the Northwest on IMDb

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