In Person: Winfred Rembert and director Vivian Ducat
Winfred Rembert relives his turbulent life, abundantly visualized by his extensive paintings of cotton fields, juke joints, churches and work gangs he remembers from his youth spent in the Jim Crow South.
In a series of intimate reminiscences, he shows us how even the most painful memories can be transformed into something meaningful and beautiful. A glowing portrait of how an artist — and his art — is made. All Me is also a triumphant saga of race in contemporary America.