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The film generation on dance

Author: Busby BerkeleyShirley ClarkeDaniel NagrinAnna SokolowNorman McLarenAll authors
Publisher: U.S. : National Educational Television, 1968.
Edition/Format:   Video : Videocassette : NTSC color broadcast system : U-matic   Visual material : English
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An examination of six inventive film artists who, taking dance as a basic material, have created new cinema choreography which by its very nature can exist only on film.
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Genre/Form: Dance
Educational/cultural films and programs
Video
Interviews
Named Person: Shirley Clarke; Daniel Nagrin; Anna Sokolow; Ed Emshwiller; Hilary Harris; Norman McLaren; Paul Sanasardo; Carmen Gutiérrez; Bettie De Jong; Margaret Mercier; Vincent Warren; Nancy Fenster; Murray Louis; Gladys Bailin; Alan Alda
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Busby Berkeley; Shirley Clarke; Daniel Nagrin; Anna Sokolow; Norman McLaren; Ed Emshwiller; Alwin Nikolais; Ludmilla Chiriaeff; Hilary Harris; Perry Miller Adato; Jac Venza; Richard Schickel; Walt Disney Productions.; National Educational Television and Radio Center.
OCLC Number: 49577445
Credits: Written by Richard Schickel.
Performer(s): Narrator: Alan Alda.
Description: 1 videocassette (58 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences NTSC ; 3/4 in. (U-matic)
Contents: Excerpt from Busby Berkeley's water ballet By a waterfall, from Footlight parade, 1933 --
Interview with Shirley Clarke ; excerpts from Dance in the sun, with Daniel Nagrin, and Bullfight, with Anna Sokolow ; the complete A moment in love (choreography, Anna Sokolow ; music, Norman Lloyd ; danced by Paul Sanasardo and Carmen Gutierrez) --
The animated Waltz of the flowers from Walt Disney's Fantasia --
Interview with Norman McLaren ; excerpt from Neighbours ; Pas de deux (choreography, Ludmilla Chiriaeff ; music, Romanian United Folk Orchestra ; danced by Margaret Mercier and Vincent Warren) --
Interview with Ed Emshwiller ; excerpts from Danse chromatique (music, Lou Harrison ; danced by Nancy Fenster) ; the final sequence of Totem (choreography and sound score by Alwin Nikolais ; performed by Murray Louis, Gladys Bailin, and the Alwin Nikolais Dance Company) --
Interview with Hilary Harris ; excerpts from Longhorns, Highway ; the complete Nine variations on a dance theme (music, McNeil Robinson ; danced by Betty de Jongh).
Responsibility: an NET Festival presentation ; a production of National Educational Television ; produced by Jac Venza ; co-produced and directed by Perry Miller Adato.

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An examination of six inventive film artists who, taking dance as a basic material, have created new cinema choreography which by its very nature can exist only on film.

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