2015 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Day 3: Outsider Art, Afghan Archeology, African Democracy, and the Black Panthers

I started my final day at Full Frame with a pair of short documentaries.  The first one, Abandoned Goods, covers a lot of ground in its lean 36 minutes.  In telling the story behind the Adamson Collection, several thousand artworks completed by institutionalized psychiatric patients in England, this film also contains a miniaturized history of mental health care across the Twentieth Century. Continue reading “2015 Full Frame Documentary Film Festival, Day 3: Outsider Art, Afghan Archeology, African Democracy, and the Black Panthers”