The Narcotic Farm is an hour-long historical documentary that premiered on public television in 2008. Narrated and scored by former inmate Wayne Kramer of the radical 60s rock band the MC5, the film tells the story of this American institution through the voices of the former addicts who spent years locked within its walls. Astonishing, government-produced films and photographs take viewers inside the prison, highlighting its thriving jazz scene and revealing for the first time the experience of prisoners used as test subjects in its world famous drug research program.
Tuesday, 26th Jan 2016, 12.45 pm – 2.00 pm
Venue: The Lucas Room, Keppel Street Building