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AMERICAN MOTORS:
THE LAST INDEPENDENT AUTOMAKER.

WATCH OUR FIRST AWARD WINNING AMC MOVIE

The UNFORTUNATE HISTORY OF THE AMC PACER

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American Motors: The Last Independent Automaker.

SOME INFO ABOUT OUR MOVIE

American Motors: The Last Independent Automaker is a documentary movie about the American Motors Corporation. AMC was a small, innovative carmaker that struggled to compete against bigger rivals in a rapidly changing automotive world. AMC was the last major U.S. vehicle manufacturer not associated with GM, Ford or Chrysler—thus the title "The Last Independent Automaker.

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Our Team is driven to document the history of AMC in a compelling and thorough film that spans the entirety of AMC's history. Find out more about our team.

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THE AMC PACER & IT'S UNFORTUNATE HISTORY.

OUR FIRST MINI DOCUMENTARY

Watch our doc on the histroy of the Pacer in its entirety, right here!

In our award-winning documentary, The Unfortunate History of the AMC Pacer, we follow the story of AMC's most infamous car. In an attempt to combat the big, bland, boxy vehicle's from Detroit's "Big Three," AMC built a small, wide car with big windows and smooth aerodynamics. Unbeknownst to many, designing the Pacer caused AMC a lot of trouble, but it persevered through manufacturing setbacks, government regulations, and many other problems.

his documentary placed 3rd in the National College Emmy Awards and won an "Excellence in Cinematography" award from the Broadcast Education Association. The movie has since been shown in multiple museums and on 3 different PBS TV stations.

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