For four decades, filmmaker Tom Palazzolo has been the purveyor of affectionate, poignant, and dark musings on Chicago's urban landscapes, creating low-budget documentaries about the strange, hypnotic, and diverse ethnography of Chicago. Labor Day, East Chicago (1979) chronicles a neighborhood celebration featuring senior citizens, beauty queen candidates, and the local Lions Club chapter. I Married a Munchkin (1994) presents the life and times of Mary Ellen St. Aubin, a woman small in stature who lived large. Down Clark Street (2000) offers a personal perspective on the evolution of Palazzolo's neighborhood over the years.
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