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    Camera three. Direct cinema--The Maysles brothers.
    Direct cinema--The Maysles brothers. | Maysles brothers. | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    Part one of a two part series in which Jack Kroll interviews Albert and David Maysles about what they call a new technique of natural movie making, Direct Cinema, with excerpts from their first feature length film "The salesman" (about door to door sale of The Bible to poor people in Boston). The brothers formed a two man crew and followed the salesman around, ...
    • Date: 1969
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    Ed Wood Catalog Record Only Ed Wood is a writer and director with great ambitions. He makes a pitch for the job directing a film about the sex change of Christine Jorgensen. He feels he is qualified because he likes to wear women's clothes. He spots Bela Lugosi test lying a coffin and convinces him to appear in his movie. The film, Glen or Glenda, is a flop. His ...
    • Contributor: Burton, Tim - Alexander, Scott - Karaszewski, Larry - Depp, Johnny - Landau, Martin - Parker, Sarah Jessica - Grey, Rudolph - Touchstone Pictures - Copyright Collection (Library of Congress)
    • Date: 1994
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    Screen snapshots. Catalog Record Only A movie fan magazine provides glimpses of stars behind the scenes and at play. Rudolph Valentino acts as make-up assistant for Agnes Ayres before they shoot a scene of The sheik. Francis X. Bushman, his wife Beverly Bayne and son Richard relax on the boardwalk and beach at Atlantic City. Stars strut their dogs' stuff at a dog show in Los Angeles. As Fannie ...
    • Date: 1921
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    Unknown Chaplin. My happiest years / Catalog Record Only Part one of a three-part documentary television series which observes film director Charlie Chaplin's creative processes, using outtakes of filmed rehearsals, and close scrutiny by film historians Kevin Brownlow and David Gill.
    • Date: 1983
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    Camera three. An examination of "A clockwork orange" /
    Examination of "A clockwork orange" | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    Excerpts from director Stanley Kubrick's award-winning film "A clockwork orange" and discussion of its creation and meaning with the author of the book (Anthony Burgess), its star (Malcolm McDowell), and America's leading film historian (William Everson). Photographs illustrate explanation of the film's unusual computerized music score.
    • Date: 1972
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    Behind the camera : the making of John Steinbeck's The Chrysanthemums /
    Making of John Steinbeck's The Chrysanthemums Catalog Record Only
    Takes viewers on a short journey into the nuts and bolts of telling a story on film.
    • Date: 1990
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    The pursuit of answers / Catalog Record Only A young filmmaker, struggling to establish himself in the film industry, finds his mother suffering from an unknown disease and expreriences unforgettable emotional turmoil along with the process of witnessing and countering the complications of the medical system. In the industry, his hard work pays off in terms of awards - his earnings go up, but so do the demands of the disease. The ...
    • Date: 2012
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    Directors at work--the director and the image / Catalog Record Only Copyright: no reg. Copyright notice on film: Directors Educational and Benevolent Foundation ; 1982. Title appears on leader as: Directors at work--the image. Executive producers, Robert Wise, Lamont Johnson for the Special Projects Committee, Directors Guild of America ; edited by Robert S. Birchard ; narrated by Lamont Johnson ; original music composed and performed by Gaylord Carter. Appearing: King Vidor, Alan J. Pakula, ...
    • Date: 1982
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    Directors at work--the director and the actor / Catalog Record Only Copyright: no reg. Copyright notice on film: Directors Educational and Benevolent Foundation ; 1982. Title appears on leader as: Directors at work--the actor. Executive producers, Robert Wise, Lamont Johnson for the Special Projects Committee, Directors Guild of America ; edited by Robert S. Birchard ; narrated by Lamont Johnson ; original music composed and performed by Gaylord Carter. Appearing: Alan Alda, George Cukor, Paul ...
    • Date: 1982
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    The Directors Films of Norman Jewison Norman Jewison /
    Norman Jewison | Profiles of today's most acclaimed Hollywood directors | Films of Norman Jewison Catalog Record Only
    Through in-depth interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips from his films, Norman Jewison talks about the ideas, influences, motivations, struggles and successes behind his work.
    • Date: 1999
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    The Directors The Films of Sydney Pollack Sydney Pollack /
    Sydney Pollack | Films of Sydney Pollack | Profiles of today's most acclaimed Hollywood directors Catalog Record Only
    Through in-depth interviews, behind the scenes footage and clips from his films, Sydney Pollack talks about the ideas, influences, motivations, struggles and successes behind his work.
    • Date: 1999
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    Camera three. The illustrated Alfred Hitchcock.
    Illustrated Alfred Hitchcock. | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    This is the second part of two-part series on Hitchcock. Everson interviews Hitchcock and excerpts from some of his early films are shown and discussed. They include "Number seventeen", "The lodger", "The man who knew too much" and "Notorious". Discussions are held on his film, "The birds".
    • Date: 1972
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    Camera three. Arthur C. Clarke in conversation /
    Arthur C. Clarke in conversation | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    Conversation between scientist future-thinker, Arthur C. Clarke, and film critic, Joseph Gelmis, about the genesis and development of the film "2001: A space odyssey", its ideas, themes and conjectures about its meanings.
    • Date: 1971
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    All roads lead to cinema-- Catalog Record Only Documentary offers glimpses into the lives of assistant directors in the Indian film industry.
    • Contributor: Khanna, Sumit
    • Date: 2002
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    Camera three. A primer for "2001: a space odyssey" /
    Primer for "2001: a space odyssey" | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    A "primer" or explanation of the basic plot, themes, sources and meanings in Stanley Kubrick's widely praised and often misunderstood epic motion picture, released in 1968. Film clips illustrate the scenes as interpreted in a script narrated by Keir Dullea, one of the stars of the film. Includes some behind-the-scenes information and references to material not included in the final cut.
    • Date: 1971
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    The Directors The films of William Friedkin John McTiernan /
    William Friedkin | Films of William Friedkin | Profiles of today's most acclaimed Hollywood directors Catalog Record Only
    William Friedkin has directed seventeen feature films, all of which have inspired audiences in one way or another. Friedkin has never been one to shy away from controversial material as evidenced by such films as The Exorcist, The French Connection, Cruising and many more.
    • Date: 2000
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    1:1.6, an ode to lost love / Catalog Record Only The film is set against the backdrop of a film shooting - starting on the first day of the shooting of director Pramod Sengupta's film title 'silent scream', on the life of a revolutionary women, and ending on the last day of the shooting. Pramod introduces his director of photography, M., to Sushmita, the main actress in his film, and her mother Jyothi Bhat. ...
    • Contributor: Ambat, Madhu - Koṭṭukapalli, Aisāk Thāmas - National Film Development Corporation of India
    • Date: 2013
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    Reincarnation / Catalog Record Only Thirty-five years after the slaughter, a film director returns to the scene of a mass murder to recreate the gruesome killings on film. As he and his crew step into the now abandoned hotel, the cast members begin to see creepy visions and nightmares. When shooting commences, the cast members begin to suffer very familiar fates-- the exact fate they are to act out ...
    • Date: 2007
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    Camera three. In the streets of Harlem.
    In the streets of Harlem. | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    Part two of a two part series displaying the documentary film work of Robert Macbeth about the black community in Harlem. Macbeth explains how the film was made (1973) with a crew from the New Lafayette Theatre Group. Many different views of Harlem are presented through man-on-the-street statements, some of them quite personal.
    • Date: 1974
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    The Directors The films of John McTiernan John McTiernan /
    John McTiernan | Films of John McTiernan | Profiles of today's most acclaimed Hollywood directors Catalog Record Only
    John McTiernan talks about his films and the making of them, provides a brief autobiographical introduction of how he got started in his career, and follows with film reminiscences giving insights about the production, the casting process, studios, the industry and experiences with collaborators.
    • Date: 1999
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    Through our viewfinder /
    Through our view finder Catalog Record Only
    The story of a group of MSM (Men having sex with Men) who come together to learn the basics of filmmaking and narrate their own stories. The film traces their journey as they go about making a film on their sexual identity, their dual existence, their love lives, marriage, their inner world and then irony that surrounds their lives.
    • Date: 2010
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    Camera three. The filming of "Godspell" /
    Filming of "Godspell" | Camera 3. Catalog Record Only
    The filming, on location in New York City, of the off-Broadway stage musical, "Godspell". This documentary shows how the film cast was chosen from the various stage groups performing the play, how they were rehearsed, how the creative authors of the original work collaborate with the director of the film version.
    • Date: 1973
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    Bikraẏera janya nahe Catalog Record Only Tele film showcasing the feeling of an elderly person, acting in a role of a Pakistani police officer in a film on liberation movement of Bangladesh. The elderly actor could not stamp onto a bowl of rice during a scene of film he was shooting, and disappeared from the sets of the film. At last he reveals that he can't stamp onto rice because ...
    • Contributor: Kibariẏā, Golāma - Nabīra, Golāma Māol - Fahim Music (Firm : Bangladesh)
    • Date: 2011
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    Lynch /
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    "Lynch is a rare glimpse into the fascinating mind of one of cinema's greatest directors. Footage was gathered over a two year period and documents David Lynch's many creative interests as well as his passion for filmmaking"--Container.
    • Date: 2008
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    The Seattle Sunday times animated supplement.
    Animated supplement. | Seattle Sunday times screen magazine Catalog Record Only
    Segment 1. In a cartoon, a male fly in spats flies into a spider's web. A female spider in a dress, shoes, gloves and hat hypnotizes the fly, wraps him up in her thread, and then hangs him up on the web. Segment 2. An actress is tied up to a wall and knives are thrown at her. The knives are removed from the ...
    • Date: 1917