My Childhood (1972)
Directed by Bill Douglas (not rated; 46 minutes)
My Ain Folk (1973)
Directed by Bill Douglas (not rated; 55 minutes)
Bill Douglas's powerful autobiographical films, part of a trilogy, chronicle his grim but lyrical boyhood in a Scottish mining town.
Sponsored jointly by the Yale Film Study Center (Courtesy of Paul L. Joskow), Films at the Whitney (supported by the Barbakow Fund for Innovative Film Programs at Yale), and the Yale Center for British Art