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Films of Record goes on record about Detroit’s auto industry for BBC Two

Ten Alps company Films of Record has been commissioned by BBC Two for Requiem for Detroit?, a one-off 75-minute doc about the decline of the auto industry and its effect on the once-booming city. The doc will speak with the people living there today among the deserted auto plants, those living in the suburbs and also feature interviews with Motown's Martha Reeves and beat poet John Sinclair. It will be directed by Julien Temple.
November 19, 2009

Ten Alps company Films of Record has been commissioned by BBC Two for Requiem for Detroit?, a one-off 75-minute doc about the decline of the auto industry and its effect on the once-booming city. The doc will speak with the people living there today among the deserted auto plants, those living in the suburbs and also feature interviews with Motown’s Martha Reeves and beat poet John Sinclair. It will be directed by Julien Temple.

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