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Writers uncensored. : Andrei Voznesensky, enemy of the status quo ; After the revolution Andrei Codrescu et Christopher Hitchens in Chicago

Author: Andreĭ VoznesenskiĭAndrei CodrescuChristopher HitchensJames RaganLewis MacAdamsAll authors
Publisher: New York : Deep Dish TV, ©1991.
Series: Lannan literary series.
Edition/Format:   VHS video : VHS tape   Visual material : English
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Interviews with two poets who also read from their own works, explaining themselves and motivations for writing. Voznesensky reads in both English and Russian with English subtitles. Codrescu, Romanian poet, essayist, and political commentator, read at the Art Institute of Chicago on October 2, 1990. Includes a conversation between Codrescu and journalist Christopher Hitchens on Romania and its politics, and a guest  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Named Person: Andreĭ Voznesenskiĭ; Andrei Codrescu; Christopher Hitchens; Andrei Codrescu; Christopher Hitchens; Andreĭ Voznesenskiĭ
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Andreĭ Voznesenskiĭ; Andrei Codrescu; Christopher Hitchens; James Ragan; Lewis MacAdams; John Door; Lannan Foundation.; Metropolitan Pictures.; EZTV (Firm); Deep Dish Television Network.
OCLC Number: 29525673
Notes: Taped off-air with permission of copyright holder through distributor.
Credits: 1st episode: producer/director, Lewis MacAdams, John Dorr ; 2nd episode: producer, Lewis MacAdams, John Door ; director, Lewis MacAdams ; live Roumanian footage, Jeanne C. Finley ; interviews filmed at the Los Angeles Theatre Center. Excerpted from the Lannan Literary series ; series producer, Alan Mandell.
Description: 1 videocassette (VHS) (55 min.) : sd., col. ; 1/2 in.
Contents: Andrei Voznesensky: Chagall's cornflowers ; The Call of the lake (to the memory of the victims of fascism) ; The Gypsies of socialism ; Pornography of the mind : interview / by James Ragan. (27:30 min.) --
After the revolution / interviewer, Lewis MacAdams. (27 min.).
Series Title: Lannan literary series.
Other Titles: Andrei Voznesensky, enemy of the status quo
Enemy of the status quo
After the revolution : Andrei Codrescu & Christopher Hitchens in Chicago
Andrei Codrescu & Christopher Hitchens in Chicago
Andrei Codrescu and Christopher Hitchens in Chicago
Responsibility: [presented by] the Lannan Foundation in association with Metropolitan Pictures and EZTV.

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Interviews with two poets who also read from their own works, explaining themselves and motivations for writing. Voznesensky reads in both English and Russian with English subtitles. Codrescu, Romanian poet, essayist, and political commentator, read at the Art Institute of Chicago on October 2, 1990. Includes a conversation between Codrescu and journalist Christopher Hitchens on Romania and its politics, and a guest appearance by the two men on Mid Day with Sondra Gair, on WBEZ, Chicago.

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