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SHORT cinema journal. 1:3, Authority

Author: Michael McKeanPiet KroonMichael James RowlandBruno de AndresSasha WolfAll authors
Publisher: Venice, Calif. : PolyGram Video, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : English
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Dada: In this animated short garishly etched characters inhabit a landscape in which conformity is prized above all else, and the individual is an endangered breed. Flying over mother: An Australian film which turns a jaundiced eye to the space race as seen through the experiences of a Russian cosmonaut. Os Camaradas: This Brazilian import shows how a mundane task leads an innocent man into a web of bureaucratic  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Piet Kroon; Michael James Rowland; Melanie Coombs; Sasha Wolf; David Shepard; Natasha Uppal; Stanley Tucci; Kyra Sedgwick; Robin Tunney; Robbie Coltrane; Ernest R Dickerson
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Michael McKean; Piet Kroon; Michael James Rowland; Bruno de Andres; Sasha Wolf; Alain Resnais; Natasha Uppal; PolyGram Video (Firm)
OCLC Number: 39401697
Notes: "Every track is an article, every article is a short film."--Disc.
Title from disc.
Description: 1 videodisc : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD format.
Contents: Authority --
Dada / Piet Kroon --
Interview with director Piet Kroon --
Flying over mother / Michael J. Rowland --
Interview with director Michael J. Rowland --
Interview with producer Melanie Coombs --
Os Camaradas / Bruno de Andres --
Joe / Sasha Wolf --
Interview with director Sasha Wolf --
Night and fog / Alain Resnais --
Interview with film historian David Shepard --
American Film Institute film essay --
The Whites / Natasha Uppal --
Interview with director Natasha Uppal --
Interviews with Stanley Tucci, Kyra Sedgwick, Robin Tunney, Robbie Coltrane, Ernest Dickerson --
Monologue by Michael McKean.
Other Titles: Authority.
Dada.
Flying over mother.
Os camaradas.
Joe.
Night and fog.
Whites.

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Dada: In this animated short garishly etched characters inhabit a landscape in which conformity is prized above all else, and the individual is an endangered breed. Flying over mother: An Australian film which turns a jaundiced eye to the space race as seen through the experiences of a Russian cosmonaut. Os Camaradas: This Brazilian import shows how a mundane task leads an innocent man into a web of bureaucratic inanity. Joe: A textured portrait of a mental ward patient whose happiness revolves around the color of his shoes. Night and Fog: A film employing a broad range of sound and images to denote the Holocaust. AFI chapter short: An original filmed essay on the nature of celebrity in the golden age of Hollywood. The Whites: A surreal, darkly comic look at a tortured family and their frenetic daily rituals.

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