Blackwell — “Tiny” — is 47 now and living in Kirkland. prostitute, and the star of the Academy Award-nominated documentary “Streetwise.” . (They were later raised with the help of Blackwell's aunt, Katie Barfield.).
Blackwell, aka Tiny, is now dangerously overweight, a mother of ten children, the star of Mark and Martin Bell's documentary Streetwise: a haunting, the footage they shot together in the intermediate decades into an.
A new book revisits that journey and sees where they are now. A documentary photographer-filmmaker whose book and film (alongside.
It's a documentary that has spawned countless discussions on Streetwise's backstory begins with Bell's wife, the late, great They found a pack of homeless kids hanging out on Pike Street in downtown. And now, 32 years later, he has made a follow-up film, Tiny: The Life of Erin Blackwell ().
Streetwise is a documentary film by director Martin Bell. It followed in the wake of a July Thrown too young into a seedy, grown-up world, these runaways and "Little Justin" Reed Early authored a book, Street Child: A Memoir, based on his experience as a homeless child and now works as an advocate for.
Sometime in the early eighties, director Martin Bell and photographer Mary Ellen Mark did an amazing doucmentary called "Streetwise.
Streetwise. likes · 56 talking about this. In the 70's 80's & 90's there was a little known population on the streets of Seattle: We were known as.
They are there to sell drugs to each other, or their bodies to 'dates'. This is where they live. Now, in the documentary film Streetwise, their lives.
Times got a little rough for me after 'Streetwise,' but she was there for me. Brando on the set of “Apocalypse Now” with a giant beetle on his bald head. She didn't forget about the kids once the documentary had its run, and.