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BookCDVideo Other
2009; 1929
Music (Circulation Desk)
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Eugene Walter: Last of the Bohemians

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"This film documents the life and career of a writer, poet, actor, artist and raconteur whose work celebrates the art of living and personifies the culture of the coastal South."
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Mirch Masala

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In Colonial India of the 1940's, a village woman takes refuge in a spice factory to avoid an oppressive visiting tax collector (subedar) who demands sex while her husbands is away. An aging factory guard refuses to open the doors to the tax collector's soldiers, the cowardly village men, or the subedar himself. The stage is set for a final confrontation between the woman and her would-be attacker.
DVD
2005; 1985
Clemons (By Request)
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Lewis Mumford on the City

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This six-part series looks at all aspects of the city, past and present, and presents Lewis Mumford's singular vision and concern for society and the human condition as they are influenced by the problems of big-city life.
DVD
2007; 2010
Clemons (Stacks)
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Tumbalalá-Tupinambá

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The indigenous population of Bahia are perhaps the most sustained and little known. Tumbalalá-Tupinambá - Brothers in the World shows its human wealth, wisdom and harmony, valuing culture, historically subjugated these people.The documentary reveals the meeting of two nations: one river, the valley of the Rio San Francisco and other coast, sheltered in the Atlantic. Both have in common that they fought for the demarcation of their territories and have been recognized ethnically ago, about three years. This part of the documentary record of an intercultural encounter, in order to promote reflection on the world's wealth, which lies in its diversity in dialogue - the only guarantee of peace--website.; "As populações indígenas da Bahia são talvez as mais sofridas e pouco conhecidas. Res [...]
DVD
2004
Clemons (Stacks)
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Qallunaat!: Why White People Are Funny

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A study of white people from the Inuit point of view. These 'Qallunologists' find the ways of white culture a bit peculiar and often riotously funny. They observe their odd dating habits, their lame attempts at Arctic exploration, their overbearing bureaucrats and curious obsession with owning property.
DVD
2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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CDDVD
2009; 2008
Music (Circulation Desk)
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Guangxi: Neimenggu

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A descriptive documentary about Guangxi and Neimenggu, their scenery and famous historic and cultural sites.
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Radiant City

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A Canadian family struggles with existential despair, exacerbated by the drabness of their suburban locale.
DVD
2008; 2006
Clemons (Stacks)
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Jalasaghara: The Music Room

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A declining nobleman sits in his once-great house, now decaying, reminiscing on his past life and music gatherings as well as the loss of his son and wife. His inability to adapt to and cope with changing times has made him into a recluse. He gives one last party to use up the last of his wealth.
DVD
2004; 1958
Clemons (Stacks)
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Colloque de Chiens

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Colloque de chien (=Dog's dialogue): dialogue alternates three kinds of material: footage of barking dogs, shots of streets and other locations, and a story, illustrated chiefly by a series of stills (and occasionally by shots in motion) and narrated off-screen.; L'Hypothèse du tableau volé: a pedantic art collector guides the viewer around six paintings by Freþdeþric Tonnerre, a fictitious 19th century artist, as the mystery of the disappearance of the seventh unfolds. The paintings are shown as tableaux vivants which begin to move, forcing the viewer to examine the links between art and its interpreters, between words and images.
VHS
1991
Ivy (By Request)
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Visual MaterialsVHS
2003
Health Sciences (Health Sciences Reserve)
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Aucassin et Nicolette

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An animated version of the 13th-century French ballad about the attempts of Aucassin and Nicolette to overcome the obstacles to their love and marriage.
VHS
2005
Ivy (By Request)
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Sacred Spaces

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Religious influence is visible in space and architecture of the most public kind such as war memorials and parks. Sacred spaces shape our identity and reflect our values. Learn how creating and maintaining sacred spaces in a community can be enriching and sometimes controversial.
VHS
2003
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Hofmann's Potion

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Discovered in 1943 by Albert Hofmann, LSD was hailed as a powerful tool to treat alcoholism and drug addiction and to provide a window into schizophrenia and other mental illnesses. Aldous Huxley and others promoted the drug as a powerful tool for mental exploration and self-understanding. This film chronicles the drug's early days, and features interviews with many LSD pioneers.
VHS
2002
Ivy (By Request)
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One Brief Life

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"During her eight weeks of life, Leaney Lavea - born prematurely and with medically insurmountable abnormalities - was dependent on machines to live. But were these machines prolonging her life or were they merely delaying her death? This deeply moving program explores the ethical dilemma surrounding a case that began in a hospital and ended up in court..."--from video container.
DVD
2004; 1998
Clemons (Stacks)