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American short films

Author: Adam DavidsonPeter SollettGeorge LucasD A PennebakerTim BurtonAll authors
Publisher: [Great Britain] : Cinema16, [2006]
Edition/Format:   DVD video : Partial animation : NTSC color broadcast system   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A collection of 16 short films by America's filmmakers, some of which are incredibly rare. The set includes works by Tim Burton, Andy Warhol, Alexander Payne, Todd Solondz, George Lucas, and Gus Van Sant, among others. Most of the films are accompanied by optional audio commentary, almost always by their respective directors.
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Genre/Form: Experimental
Drama
Short films
Experimental films
Animated films
Silent films
Fiction films
Nonfiction films
Documentary films
Feature films
Film adaptations
Material Type: Partial animation, Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material, Book
All Authors / Contributors: Adam Davidson; Peter Sollett; George Lucas; D A Pennebaker; Tim Burton; Stefan Nadelman; Rawson Marshall Thurber; Standish D Lawder; Gus Van Sant; Adam Parrish King; Joe Nussbaum; Maya Deren; Alexander Hammid; Alexander Payne; Todd Solondz; Mike Mills; Andy Warhol; Luke Morris; Ben Lederman; Emma Wilcockson; Eva Vives; Rick Heinrichs; Jason Ajax Mercer; Gary Bryman; Steve Hein; Monique Zavistovski; Joseph Levy; Daniel Shere; Timothy Dowling; Jack Spade; Katie Powell; Andy Spade; Ned Brown; Katherine Kennedy; Julia Leach; Vincent Price; Tom Clifford; Ken Shapiro; Stephen Chiodo; William S Burroughs; Eric Haase; Thomas Cabaniss; Duke Ellington; Ken Hilton, (Musician); Steve Rossiter, (Musician); Steven Gutheinz; Deborah Lurie; Teiji Itō; Elliott Smith; Clebert Ford; Victor Rasuk; Judy Marte; Randal Kleiser; Martin Hynes; Lisa Jakub; Cinema16 (Organization : London, England); Walt Disney Productions.; Cinema 310.; Buena Vista Distribution Co.; Tourist Pictures.; Quality Filmed Entertainment.; Mediatrip.com.; Directors Bureau (Firm)
OCLC Number: 71260540
Language Note: In English; optional subtitles in French, German, Italian, Japanese or Spanish.
Notes: Collective title from container; some credits from booklet.
Originally released as 16 short films between 1943-2005.
Special feature: optional audio commentary track for each film.
Booklet inserted in container includes notes on each film in English and French.
"Warp Films"--Container.
Credits: Producer, Luke Morris ; co-producer, Ben Lederman.
Cast: (The lunch date) Scotty Bloch, Clebert Ford, Bernard Johnson, Paul Sarnoff ; (Five feet high and rising) Victor Rasuk, Carlos Santiago, Judy Marte, Daniela Rivera ; (Freiheit) Randal Kleiser ; (Terry Tate, office linebacker) The Mighty Rasta, Michael Sean McGuiness ; (The discipline of DE) Frank Birney, David Worden, Ken Shapiro (narrator) ; (George Lucase in love) Martin Hynes, Lisa Jakub ; (Carmen) Joe Marinelli, Khorshied Machalle, Buddha Jon Parker, Steve Freedman, George Woodard, Jeri Alyse Pittman, Margo Fisher ; Jan Meredith.
Awards: Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival (10th film).
Description: 1 videodisc (209 min.) : sd., col. and b&w ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet ([12] p. ; 18 cm.)
Details: DVD, all regions, NTSC, stereo.
Contents: [1] The lunch date (1989, 11 min., b&w) / a film by Adam Davidson ; director of photography, Anghel Deca ; music, Thomas Cabaniss --
[2] Five feet high and rising (1999, 29 min., col.) / photography, script and direction, Peter Sollett ; produced by Emma Wilcockson, Eva Vives ; edited by Eva Vives, Peter Sollett --
[3] Freiheit (1966, 3 min., tinted b&w) / a film by [George] Lucas ; Cinema 310 --
[4] [Daybreak express] (1958, 5 min., col.) / by D.A. Pennebaker ; music by Duke Ellington --
[5] Vincent (1982, 6 min., b&w) / distributed by Buena Vista Distribution Co., Inc. ; Walt Disney Productions presents ; narrated by Vincent Price ; written, designed and directed by Tim Burton ; produced by Rick Heinrichs ; director of photography, Victor Abdalov ; music, Ken Hilton ; sculpture and additional design, Rick Heinrichs ; animation, Stephen Chiodo --
[6] Terminal Bar : photographs by Sheldon Nadelman (2002, 22 min., col. and b&w) / Tourist Pictures ; a film by Stefan Nadelman ; music by Dick Zved, Steve Rossiter, Michael Reid ; narration by Tom Clifford --
[7] Terry Tate, office linebacker (2003, 4 min., col.) / written and directed by Rawson Marshall Thurber ; produced by Jason Ajax Mercer, Gary Bryman, Steve Hein ; director of photography, Eric Haase ; editor, Jason Painter ; composer, Dave Hutten --
[8] Necrology (1969, 12 min., b&w) / Standish D. Lawder. [9] The discipline of DE (1982, 9 min., b&w) / Gus Van Sant presents ; from the story by William S. Burroughs --
[10] The wraith of Cobble Hill (2006, 15 min., b&w) / written and directed by Adam Parrish King ; produced by Monique Zavistovski ; art direction, cinematography, animation, sound design, Adam Parrish King ; editing, Adam Parrish King, Monique Zavistovski ; composer, Steven Gutheinz --
[11] George Lucas in love (1999, 9 min., col.) / directed by Joe Nussbaum ; produced by Joseph Levy ; written by Joe Nussbaum & Daniel Shere ; story by Joe Nussbaum & Timothy Dowling ; director of photography, Eric J. Haase ; film editor, Ryan Gold ; music by Deborah Lurie ; produced in association with Quality Filmed Entertainment ; presented by Mediatrip.com --
[12] Meshes of the afternoon (1943, 14 min., b&w) / a film by Maya Deren and Alexander Hamid ; music by Teiji Ito --
[13] Carmen (1970, 18 min., col.) / original music composed and performed by Alexander Payne ; director of photography, João Penna ; written and directed by Alexander Payne --
[14] Feelings (1984, 3 min., b&w) / camera, Andy Day ; a film by Todd Solondz --
[15] Paperboys (2001, 41 min., col.) / Jack Spade presents a Directors Bureau production ; conceived by Katie Powell & Andy Spade ; directed by Mike Mills ; produced by Ned Brown, Katherine Kennedy, Julia Leach ; director of photography, Joaquin Baca-Asay ; edited by Haines Hall --
[16] [Screen test : Helmut] (1964, 5 min., b&w) / [Andy Warhol].
Other Titles: The lunch date.
Five feet high and rising.
Freiheit.
Daybreak express.
Vincent.
Terminal Bar.
Terry Tate, office linebacker.
Necrology.
The discipline of DE.
The wraith of Cobble Hill.
George Lucas in love.
Meshes of the afternoon.
Carmen.
Feelings.
Paperboys.
Screen test: Helmut.
Cinema 16, American short films
Cinema sixteen, American short films
Cinema 16
Responsibility: produced by Luke Morris, co-produced by Ben Lederman.
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A collection of 16 short films by America's filmmakers, some of which are incredibly rare. The set includes works by Tim Burton, Andy Warhol, Alexander Payne, Todd Solondz, George Lucas, and Gus Van Sant, among others. Most of the films are accompanied by optional audio commentary, almost always by their respective directors.

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