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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Rita Dove: An American Poet is an American documentary film produced, directed and edited by Eduardo Montes-Bradley. It is a biographical sketch of U.S. Poet Laureate and National Medal of Arts winner Rita Dove. The film explores the poet's life beyond the otherwise extensive and readily available information in Internet and Social Media,<ref>Maurer. David. The Daily Progress. January 31, 2014.</ref> exposing fundamental facts of Dove's childhood and formative years growing up in Akron, Ohio in the 1950s and during the turbulent 1960s.<ref>Press Release. University of Virginia. February 3, 2014 "Film About Rita Dove Explores the Poet's Formative Years"</ref><ref>Crozet Library. Jefferson - Madison Regional Library System</ref>

The film, distributed by Filmakers Library and Alexander Street Press, USA,<ref>Filmakers Library, an imprint of Alexander Street Press. Official Website.</ref> premiered at The Paramount, on January 31, 2014,<ref>YouTube broadcast of the opening night including printed programs, street scenes, and principal speaker Boyd Tinsley Video on YouTube</ref> presented as a Martin Luther King Day headliner by the Office for Diversity and Equity, Lifetime Learning, Alumni and Parent Engagement and the Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia<ref>Bromley, Anne E. Rita Dove, Michael Eric Dyson Headline U.Va.'s 2014 MLK Commemoration | UVA Today | Charlottesville, VA | January 10, 2014.</ref> Opening remarks honoring Rita Dove by Boyd Tinsley. Rita Dove: An American Poet was shot in digital format, HD.<ref>Bromley, Anne E. "Film About Rita Dove Explores the Poet's Formative Years" UVA Today, February 3, 2014</ref><ref>Black Graduate & Professional Student Organization at the University of Virginia (BGPSO)</ref>


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{{#invoke:Infobox|infobox}} Rita Dove: An American Poet is an American documentary film produced, directed and edited by Eduardo Montes-Bradley. It is a biographical sketch of U.S. Poet Laureate and National Medal of Arts winner Rita Dove. The film explores the poet's life beyond the otherwise extensive and readily available information in Internet and Social Media,<ref>Maurer. David. The Daily Progress. January 31, 2014.</ref> exposing fundamental facts of Dove's childhood and formative years growing up in Akron, Ohio in the 1950s and during the turbulent 1960s.<ref>Press Release. University of Virginia. February 3, 2014 "Film About Rita Dove Explores the Poet's Formative Years"</ref><ref>Crozet Library. Jefferson - Madison Regional Library System</ref>

The film, distributed by Filmakers Library and Alexander Street Press, USA,<ref>Filmakers Library, an imprint of Alexander Street Press. Official Website.</ref> premiered at The Paramount, on January 31, 2014,<ref>YouTube broadcast of the opening night including printed programs, street scenes, and principal speaker Boyd Tinsley Video on YouTube</ref> presented as a Martin Luther King Day headliner by the Office for Diversity and Equity, Lifetime Learning, Alumni and Parent Engagement and the Department of English, College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Virginia<ref>Bromley, Anne E. Rita Dove, Michael Eric Dyson Headline U.Va.'s 2014 MLK Commemoration | UVA Today | Charlottesville, VA | January 10, 2014.</ref> Opening remarks honoring Rita Dove by Boyd Tinsley. Rita Dove: An American Poet was shot in digital format, HD.<ref>Bromley, Anne E. "Film About Rita Dove Explores the Poet's Formative Years" UVA Today, February 3, 2014</ref><ref>Black Graduate & Professional Student Organization at the University of Virginia (BGPSO)</ref>


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