The Philosopher Kings (film)

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The Philosopher Kings is a 2009 documentary film directed by Patrick Shen, and produced by Greg Bennick, about custodial workers at major U.S. universities and their lives.

Filming took place at Cornish College of the Arts; UC Berkeley; Duke University; University of Florida; Princeton University, for the section about Josue Lajeunesse; the California Institute of Technology; and Cornell University. The film premiered at Silverdocs in June 2009 and was shown at the SF DocFest film festival at The Roxie in San Francisco in October 2009.

External links

General film information

  • The Philosopher Kings on IMDb
  • Official website
  • SF DocFest Website
  • SF DocFest in CineSource Magazine
  • The Philosopher Kings at Silverdocs
  • "Film Competes for Sterling Feature Award at Silverdocs", Reuters (June 5, 2009)

  • Jay Youngdahl's Review in East Bay Express (October 21, 2009)
  • Arts of War on the Web review
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