Primary Colors: The Story of Corita, produced by South Carolina ETV and The Saint/Hayden Company, is the story of Corita (also known as Corita Kent or Sister
Mary Corita). Included are three binders of interview transcripts from the documentary, a press kit, and what appears to be
the narration for Eva Marie Saint.
Primary Colors: The Story of Corita is a co-production of South Carolina ETV and the Saint/Hayden Company for PBS. It was written by Hayden and Amanda Pope,
and also directed by Hayden. The documentary chronicles the life and artistic work of Corita. Jeffrey Hayden was a friend
and collector of Corita's artwork.
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