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R. Stanley Woodward collection, 1932-2004.

Author: R Stanley Woodward
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The R. Stanley Woodward Collection consists of about 1400 items created or collected by Woodward, 1932-2004, including films, moving image materials, production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational materials related to his films and other work promoting independent filmmaking. Films cover a wide range of topics, including southern food traditions; southern families,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Documentary films
Educational films
Feature films
Motion pictures
Nonfiction films
Named Person: John A Burrison; Craig Claiborne; Frank Eastes; John Egerton; Harold Hausenfluck; Chuck Jones; Charles F Korvacik; Harper Lee; Richard Pillsbury; Saddler Taylor; Fred Wolfe; R Stanley Woodward
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: R Stanley Woodward
OCLC Number: 740839034
Notes: In the Southern Folklife Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (#20446).
Description: ca. 1400 items (4.5 linear feet)
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The R. Stanley Woodward Collection consists of about 1400 items created or collected by Woodward, 1932-2004, including films, moving image materials, production notes, distribution and licensing contracts, and promotional and educational materials related to his films and other work promoting independent filmmaking. Films cover a wide range of topics, including southern food traditions; southern families, storytelling, folklore, and customs; African American dance and folk art; NASA, the George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, the Skylab Program, and astronauts; media programs on the novel To Kill a Mockingbird ; educational films; teaching filmmaking to students; the Capital Children's Museum; the University of South Carolina; serpents; and sharecroppers. Locations include South Carolina; Virginia; Georgia; North Carolina; Kentucky; Washington, D.C.; New York City; and Alabama. Some of the people associated with the films are food critic Craig Claiborne, John A. Burrison, filmmaker Frank Eastes, John Egerton, Harold Hausenfluck, Fred Wolfe, animator Chuck Jones, Richard Pillsbury, and folklorist Saddler Taylor. The moving image materials are in various media formats, including 16mm print film, DVCAM video, U-Matic video, Betacam SP video, Digital Betacam video, MiniDV video, VHS video, and DVDs. Descriptions have been derived from the original container, film, video, or notes.

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