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Maureen Gosling is a documentary filmmaker who worked for many years with Les Blank of Flower Films. On her own she made an award-winning film that deals with a community in the Mexican Isthmus were women play a special role. Among other projects, she is now working on a film about fabric that is hand-dyed by women in Mali and becoming a cultural phenomenon. She edits other people’s films, working out of her office in Berkeley’s Fantasy Records Building, where she is seen in the photo below.
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