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Christine Becker <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 3 Feb 2022 09:20:48 -0500
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The seventh episode of “Presenting the Past” features Jean Walkinshaw, an
award-winning documentarian and producer in the Pacific Northwest for over
50 years. In 2021, Walkinshaw contributed 44 public television
documentaries and full interviews conducted for the documentaries to the
American Archive of Public Broadcasting (AAPB). The Jean Walkinshaw
Collection <>
accessible online covers much of Walkinshaw’s lengthy career spanning the
years 1972-2008. Her documentaries focused primarily on notable artists,
writers, and social, cultural and ecological themes of the Pacific
Northwest region.

In this episode, Jean guides listeners through her career and filmmaking
process, highlighting titles in her collection available in the AAPB.
Listen to the episode here:

In collaboration with the Society for Cinema and Media Studies (SCMS),
the American
Archive of Public Broadcasting’s <> “Presenting
the Past” features a series of informed conversations with scholars,
educators, industry professionals, researchers, archivists, and others
about significant events, issues, and topics documented in the more than 70
years of programming available in the American Archive of Public
Broadcasting collection.

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