Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Call Number: RG 179
Overview: This collection documents the work of Alva I. Cox, Jr., an independent film maker whose work chronicled the civil rights movement, human rights struggles, and ecumenical Christianity both nationally and globally. The films, slides, pictures, audio cassettes, and paperwork of the Cox collection have been organized by topic. Of particular note are the materials related to Cox's film "Kent State: May 1970." The film, cuts, paperwork, and other materials regarding Kent State complement the...
Call Number: MS 1734
Overview: The records consist of interviews, interview transcripts, editing and production records, and film footage created during the making of the film, The Exiles. The film, written by Richard Kaplan and Lou Potter, and produced by Richard Kaplan Productions, was released in 1989. Its focus is the European artists, scholars, and intellectuals, mostly Jewish, who escaped totalitarianism and emigrated to America before and during World War II. The film...
Call Number: GEN MSS 1482
Overview: The Barbara Hammer Papers, which span from 1920 to 2018, contain writings, research materials, and documentation related to Hammer's films and artwork including Nitrate Kisses, Resisting Paradise, and Lover Other. The papers also contain correspondence, clippings, ephemera, audiovisual materials, and electronic media related to her life and work.
Call Number: MS 1767
Overview: The Insignia Films Lindbergh documentary collection consists of films and sound recordings created and used for a biography of Anne and Charles Lindbergh for the American Experience television program produced on public television.