Primary Colors: The Story of Corita

Primary Colors: the Story of Corita, chronicles the life and artistic work of Corita (also known in her lifetime as Sister Mary Corita or Corita Kent). Featuring extensive archival material from the Corita Art Center’s slide collection, the documentary tells the story of Corita through a series of interviews and first-hand accounts told by some of the people who knew her best.  

Primary Colors was co-produced by South Carolina ETV and the Saint/Hayden Company for PBS in 1991. The documentary was written by Jeffrey Hayden and Amanda Pope, directed by Hayden, and narrated by Eva Marie Saint, with associate producers Mikey Myers, a former student and friend of Corita, and Kelley Cauthen. Run Time: 60 minutes.