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Fri Mar 21 17:14:02 2014 UTClccn-no20010683330.17The hawk is dying0.221.00[Interview with Clay Taliaferro]68585666no20010683335569288Hinte, Jeff Levy-Levy-Hinte, Jeffreylccn-no2005043978Antidote Films (Firm)np-evans, cindyEvans, Cindylccn-no2005118052Corbet, Brady1988-actlccn-no2004023370Hardwicke, Catherinelccn-no2003014116Wood, Evan Rachel1987-lccn-no00064244Sisto, Jeremy1974-lccn-no97049539Working Title Filmslccn-no97039498Mothersbaugh, Marklccn-n88086547Hunter, Holly1958-lccn-n93111229Richardson, NancyLevy-Hinte, JeffDramaBiographyInterviewsFilm adaptationsHistoryFictionPictorial worksExhibition catalogsCaliforniaTeenage girlsSelf-mutilationTeenagers--Conduct of lifeNew York (State)--New YorkMothers and sonsMan-woman relationshipsTriangles (Interpersonal relations)KansasSexually abused childrenYoung menPolanski, RomanFugitives from justiceMotion picture producers and directorsTrials (Statutory rape)FranceGay teenagersJudgesConduct of court proceedingsFree press and fair trialLesbiansManners and customsWomen periodical editorsArtistsGraffitiStreet artCalifornia--Los AngelesNetherlands--AmsterdamGermany--BerlinArt--Political aspectsSouth Africa--Cape TownMural painting and decorationSpain--BarcelonaPennsylvania--PhiladelphiaBrazil--São PauloSubcultureEngland--LondonFrance--ParisJapan--TokyoLesbianismWomen--Drug useHeroin abuseMale prostitutesProblem youthMothers and daughtersPopularityAutistic childrenUnclesRed-tailed hawkHeim, Scott199519961997199819992002200320042005200620072008200920102011201333264991791.4372PN1997.2ocn228417682ocn067151396ocn123087981ocn652744877ocn060774986ocn079409451ocn079409453ocn079409454ocn079409457ocn079470136ocn268871443ocn808488488ocn857119642107815ocn053816224visu20030.21Hardwicke, CatherineThirteenDramaLos Angeles teenager and overachiever Tracy is an excellent student in her seventh grade class and gets along well with her mother, Melanie. She fears that she's not cool enough to be friends with Evie, the most popular girl in school. Fueled with genuine adolescent energy, Tracy follows Evie's lead into the harsh realities of sex, drugs, and hard-edged adventure. Consumed with temptations and conflicting desires, Tracy loses her good-girl identity, greatly affecting her relationship with her mom6149ocn052220393visu20020.18Cholodenko, LisaLaurel CanyonDramaHarvard graduate Sam and his fiancée, Alex, move into Sam's mother's house in upscale Laurel Canyon, thinking that she would not be there. Only problem is that she is still there, supposedly finishing up a record that she's producing for her boy toy, Ian's band. Sam's mom seems more interested in smoking pot and drinking than actually working, though. Alex doesn't mind, but Sam is quite upset. Alex starts off focused as she works on finishing a dissertation on genomics, but is soon distracted. Meanwhile, Sam is equally distracted by the beautiful intern Sara+-+59335495963244098ocn268871443visu20080.21Zenovich, MarinaRoman Polanski wanted and desiredBiographyWith unprecedented access to the lawyers representing the case, the media covering it and the victim herself, the documentary examines Roman Polanski's conviction for having unlawful sexual intercourse with a minor and the chaos that followed2898ocn055966741visu19980.25Cholodenko, LisaHigh artDramaThis film depicts a naive young woman whose stock rises at a pretentious art magazine because of her budding relationship with a once brilliant photographer who had a breakdown years ago. The question is how deeply Syd is willing to immerse herself in Berliner's hedonistic, heroin-infused, lesbian lifestyle2891ocn228417682visu20080.25Bomb itHistoryInterviewsThis film tells the story of graffiti from its cave-painting ancestors through its notorious explosion in New York City during the 70's and 80's as living museums appeared on trains rolling between the Bronx and Brooklyn. This film explores the many manifestations of "bombing," the global graffiti culture where the love of art and ego clashes explosively with law and order. From New York, Tokyo, Berlin, Barcelona, Cape Town, and Sao Paulo, each city boasts its own unique style and form of graffiti, and artists. Through grainy night vision footage and interviews, graffiti writers explain why they risk arrest and injury to express themselves, to reflect their society, and engage in a battle for control over the urban visual landscape. A study of the power of art to disturb, protest, and enlighten2522ocn067151396visu20060.25Araki, GreggMysterious skinDramaFilm adaptationsAt age 8, Neil and Brian played on the same baseball team in their small Kansas hometown. Now 10 years later, Neil is a hustler and Brian a nervous introvert who believes he has been abducted by aliens. As their lives intersect, they discover a shared past shrouded in mystery1631ocn123087981visu20070.17The hawk is dyingFictionDramaA Florida auto upholsterer attempts to transcend his mundane life by taming a red-tailed hawk. He chases his passion while caring for his autistic nephew and becoming caught up in an abstract and uneasy relationship with a young psychology student771ocn652744877visu20100.17The Dungeon mastersAn evil drow-elf is displaced by Hurricane Katrina. A sanitation worker lures friends into a Sphere of Annihilation. A failed supervillian starts a cable access show involving ninjas, puppets, and a cooking segment. These are the characters, real and imagined, of Keven McAlester's new documentary film, The Dungeon masters. Against the backdrop of crumbling middle-class America, two men and one woman devote their lives to Dungeons and Dragons, the storied role-playing game, and its various descendants. As their baroque fantasies clash with real lives, the characters find it increasingly difficult to allay their fear, loneliness, and disappointment with the game's imaginary triumphs. Soon the true heroic act of each character's real life emerges, and the film follows each as he or she summons the courage to face it. Along the way, The Dungeon Masters reimagines the tropes of classic heroic cinema, creating an intimate portrait of minor struggles and triumphs writ large681ocn051260980visu20020.19WendigoDramaA family, stranded in the Catskills, comes face-to-face with a terrifying legend484ocn712024909visu20100.47Camp Victory, AfghanistanFilmed from 2005 to 2010, Camp Victory, Afghanistan tells the story of the Afghan officers of the new Afghan National Army (ANA) and the U.S. National Guardsmen sent to mentor them22ocn060774985visu19961.00[Interview with Clay Taliaferro]InterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Clay Taliaferro, a dancer, choreographer, and teacher, joined the José Limón Dance Company shortly before Limón's death in 197221ocn060774986visu19960.92[Photographs of José Limón from the collection of Daniel Lewis]Pictorial worksUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Documentation of still images, mostly photographs, from the collection of Daniel Lewis, a former member of the José Limón Dance Company. Most of the photographs are black-and-white; a series of color photographs begins at ca. 44 min. into the tape. The subjects and photographs are orally identified in a few instances. The footage also includes shots of José Limón's driver's license and his identification card as a faculty member of The Juilliard School. The photographs depict Limón at various stages of life, in performance, rehearsal, and private life. His dance partners and members of his dance company also appear. His parents are depicted in individual portraits and their wedding picture11ocn084358055visu1.00OrfeoDramaUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. José Limón's dance work Orfeo, first presented in 1972, is based on the Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice11ocn079470122visu19971.00[Interview with Nina Watt]InterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. This tape begins with the final 4 min. of an interview with Charles Woodford; for the main part of that interview, see: *MGZIA 4-8149 [Interview with Charles Woodford]. This is followed by ca. 36 min. of nature shots. The interview with Nina Watt, a longtime member of the José Limón Dance Company, starts at ca. 40 min. into the tape. She discusses her first contact with Limón and his choreography; participating in the creation of his works Orfeo and Carlota; the influence on her of Ruth Currier, a senior company member; her stagings of Limón's works for other dance companies; learning the piece Chaconne; her reflections on Limón's Dances for Isadora. This interview continues on *MGZIA 4-8159 [Induction of José Limón into the National Museum of Dance Hall of Fame] ; [and] [Interview with Nina Watt]11ocn079470113visu19971.00[Induction of José Limón into the National Museum of Dance Hall of Fame ; and] [Interview with Nina Watt]InterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Dancer-choreographer José Limón (1908-1972) was posthumously inducted into the Hall of Fame of the National Museum of Dance in 1997, the sole inductee that year. The exhibition The dance heroes of José Limón, curated by Norton Owen and originally mounted at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, moved to the National Museum of Dance on that occasion11ocn079409461visu19961.00[Interviews with José Limón's sisters]Unedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Interviews with José Limón's sisters Dora, Rosalva Landa (called Nana), and Guadalupe (called Lupe), the latter two interviewed together. They share reminiscences and anecdotes of José Limón in his youth, and his relationships with his parents and siblings. During the course of the discussion Limón is sometimes referred to by his nickname, Pepe. Also mentioned are "Pauline" [his wife, Pauline Lawrence] and "Chuck" [his assistant and close friend Charles D. Tomlinson]. Other siblings in the Limón family are Jesús, Florentino [referred to as "Tino"], Roberto, and Peter [also referred to as Pedro]11ocn079409464visu19971.00[Interview with Carla Maxwell]InterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. As the interview begins, Carla Maxwell, artistic director of the Limón Dance Company (formerly called the José Limón Dance Company), notes that it is the company's 50th anniversary, the 25th year after Limón's death, and her 20th year as artistic director. She touches upon the company's difficulties at the time of Limón's death, when no other modern dance company had survived the loss of its founder; then notes some of the qualities that enabled the Limón company to survive, particularly Limón's genius as a choreographer. She discusses Limón as a dancer and company director, and his struggles to gain respect for dance as an art form. Much of the interview explores aspects of his dance work Carlota (1972): her own experience of creating its title role; his motives for making the work, the concept of which predated his work La Malinche (1949), also inspired by Mexican history; the geometry of its choreography; its historical background, the tragic life of the empress Carlota of Mexico; his unusual choice of a female hero (possibly prefigured by his Dances of Isadora); his frequent use of the theme of the outsider, possibly stemming from his own life experience. She also discusses his work The winged, whose original form has been lost; his legacy of hope; the nature of dance as a human experience; the qualities she seeks in new company members11ocn079409444visu19961.00[Interview with Rosa Reyna]HistoryInterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Interview with Mexican dancer, choreographer, and writer Rosa Reyna, who danced in several works created by José Limón in Mexico in 1950-1951, notably Antigona and Los cuatro soles; she also danced with Limón in Doris Humphrey's Passacaglia and fugue in C minor. Among the topics discussed are her impressions of Limón as a dancer, choreographer, and teacher; Humphrey's Story of mankind; Limón's Antigona, in which she danced the title role of the Greek heroine Antigone opposite Limón's Creon; her impressions of Limón's wife Pauline Lawrence; Limón's personal qualities; his enjoyment of Mexico and his Mexican heritage; his choreography classes, the first such given in Mexico; Humphrey's relationship with Limón as his artistic adviser; Limón's work The unsung; the energizing atmosphere of his rehearsals; his rare qualities as a dancer; Miguel Covarrubias' efforts to foster modern dance in Mexico11ocn079470180visu19971.00[Five interviews at the National Museum of Dance]InterviewsExhibition catalogsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. This tape was recorded on the occasion of José Limón's induction into the Hall of Fame of the National Museum of Dance, and includes candid footage of the guests invited to the induction ceremony, as well as views of the exhibition The dance heroes of José Limón, curated by Norton Owen. For a video tour of the exhibition, which opened at The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts in New York City and traveled to the National Museum of Dance in conjunction with Limón's induction, see *MGZIA 4-8147 [The dance heroes of José Limón]. Footage of the induction ceremony, which included speeches and a performance of Limón's work A choreographic offering, appears on *MGZIA 4-8159 [Induction of José Limón into the National Museum of Dance Hall of Fame] ; [and] [Interview with Nina Watt]11ocn079409460visu19961.00[Interview with Peter Limón]InterviewsUnedited footage recorded for the documentary Limón: a life beyond words. Peter Limón (b. 1924), the youngest brother of José Limón (1908-1972), shares his memories of José, whom the family nicknamed Pepe. He discusses the care José gave his younger siblings after their mother's death; the correct Spanish spoken by José and his father; his father's profession of musician and music copyist, which was not financially rewarding; his impressions of José as a dancer; his and his family's military service during World War II; his father's ethnic background; his family's distaste for organized religion; the lessons of privation and discipline they learned in childhood, which strengthened them during the war and the Depression; his sister Nana, who knew José best and shared his artistic leanings; José's emotional reticence; his impressions of José's wife Pauline Lawrence. The tape also contains ca. 6 min. of footage of family photographs, including a b&w headshot of José Limón11ocn050904737art20021.00Thom, Rose AnnReviews, national : moving images+-+5933549596324+-+5933549596324Fri Mar 21 15:51:48 EDT 2014batch22552