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Marlene Booth

Marlene Booth is an award-winning filmmaker who has worked in film since 1975, both as an independent filmmaker and for public television station WGBH-TV in Boston. A graduate of Beloit College (B.A.) and Yale University (M.F.A.), Booth has produced and directed a number of major documentary films, such as Yidl in the Middle, a documentary film about growing up Jewish in Iowa; The Forward: From Immigrants to Americans; When I Was Fourteen: A Survivor Remembers; and The Double Burden: Three Generations of Working Mothers.

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Jewish Women's Archive. "Marlene Booth." (Viewed on October 22, 2017) <https://jwa.org/encyclopedia/author/booth-marlene>.

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