Gravity Is My Enemy
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|Gravity Is My Enemy|
|Directed by||John C. Joseph|
|Produced by||John C. Joseph
|Running time||26 minutes|
Gravity Is My Enemy is a 1977 American short documentary film about quadriplegic visual artist Mark Hicks, directed by John C. Joseph. It won an Academy Award at the 50th Academy Awards in 1978 for Documentary Short Subject.
- Mark Hicks - Himself
- Jan Stussy - Himself
- "New York Times: Gravity Is My Enemy". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-05-27.
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