1968 (2013) Movie

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Wingman Pictures [au]

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Release Date
(USA) - 16 October 2013

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There is never a convenient time to protest against injustice.

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CAM:Red One Camera
RAT:2.35 : 1
RAT:2.35 : 1

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  1. Drama
  2. History
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  4. Thriller
  5. War

Full Plot

Based on a true story from the film "SALUTE". 1968 is the follow up feature drama to Matt Norman's International award winning documentary feature "SALUTE". This film reminds us what it was to live through 1968 in Mexico and The United States. Racism, Poverty, and War were all part of this incredible year. A Civil war began in the streets of the United States when Martin Luther King Jr was killed. The year was full of turmoil and what followed was the making of a year that will be held in history as one of the most violent and horrifying in history around the World. This is the story of that year... 1968. Matt Norman Plot not found

Total Business

BT: AUD 45,000,000 CP: Matt Norman


Wingman Pictures [au] - (2009) (worldwide) (all media)
Wingman Pictures [au] - (2011) (worldwide) (all media)


  1. Steffensen, John (II) (racing advisor)

Shooting/Filming Locations

  1. Harlem, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
  2. Los Angeles, California, USA
  3. Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
  4. Mexico City, Distrito Federal, Mexico
  5. USA


- 'Matt Norman (I)' (qv) is the director / producer of the International award winning documentary feature _Salute (2008/I)_ (qv) and also the nephew of Olympic 200m Silver Medalist Peter Norman, who was involved in the 1968 Black Power Salute with Tommie Smith and John Carlos. "Salute" was meant to be made for research only on this project but ended up being the number one at the Australian box office for an Australian Documentary in 2008 as a stand alone film. Matt Norman will utilize the 8 years of making Salute in recreating the drama version of the film now known as _1968 (2013)_ (qv).