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Montparnasse revisited

Author: Jean-Marie DrotEdwin B MullinsMatthew ReindersMechthild OffermannsHome Vision (Firm)All authors
Publisher: [Chicago] : Home Vision, ©1993.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. This ten part series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary television programs
History
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Jean-Marie Drot; Edwin B Mullins; Matthew Reinders; Mechthild Offermanns; Home Vision (Firm); RM Arts (Firm)
ISBN: 078001488X 9780780014886 0780014898 9780780014893 0780014901 9780780014909 078001491X 9780780014916 0780014928 9780780014923 0780014936 9780780014930 0780014944 9780780014947 0780014952 9780780014954 0780014960 9780780014961
OCLC Number: 31426383
Notes: Based on a series by Jean-Marie Drot.
Dates on videocassettes vary from 1990-1993.
Credits: Narrators, Sheila Mitchell, Diana Payan, Douglas Blackwell, James Greene, Gerard Green, Michael Hadley and David Neal.
Description: 10 videocassettes (550 min.) : sound, color with black and white sequences ; 1/2 in.
Details: VHS.
Contents: v. 1. Brilliant years --
v. 2. Artists at war --
v. 3. Face to face with Giacometti --
v. 4. A life in the day of Man Ray --
v. 5. Who was Modigliani? --
v. 6. The man behind Picasso: Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler --
v. 7. Ghosts at the banquet --
v. 8. Songs and sentiments --
v. 9. The composers --
v. 10. Soutine the obsessed.
Responsibility: RM Arts ; written and presented by Edwin Mullins ; edited and directed by Matthew Reinders ; produced by Mechthild Offermanns.

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Between 1890 and World War II, Montparnasse cafes and studios overflowed with energy and creativity. Achieving universal fame as the place to break with tradition, the trendy Parisian district drew artists, writers, and musicians from around the world. This ten part series captures the vitality of those halcyon days through archival footage, magnificent color coverage of the era's art, and irreplaceable 1960's interviews with the Montparnasse masters and their friends, models, and lovers.

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