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1.

Zero Degrees

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"Following worldwide acclaim since its premiere at Sadler's Wells in July 2005, "Zero Degrees" is a multi award-winning collaboration between four of today's most respected artists. The ground-breaking production unites celebrated Moroccan-Flemish dancer-choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Akram Khan - renowned for developing his own 'contemporary kathak' style, composer/producer Nitin Sawhney, and sculptor Antony Gormley who contributed to the staging with two life-size casts of the dancers."--Container.
DVD
2008
Clemons (Stacks)
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Edouard Glissant: One World in Relation

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Martinican author, literary and social critic Edouard Glissant is interviewed in short clips about his theory of Relation.
DVD
2011
Clemons (Stacks)
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Big Charity: The Death of America's Oldest Hospital

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"This documentary film includes never-before-seen footage and exclusive interviews to tell the story of Charity Hospital, from its roots to its controversial closing in the wake of Hurricane Katrina. From the firsthand accounts of healthcare providers and hospital employees who withstood the storm inside the hospital, to interviews with key players involved in the closing of Charity, Big Charity shares the untold, true story around its demise and sheds new light on the sacrifices made for the sake of progress."--Container.
DVD
2015
Clemons (Stacks)
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Tibet Oral History Project

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CD ROMS: Part 1 of this collection contains 67 oral history interviews with elderly Tibetan refugees: 64 recorded in two Tibetan settlements in Bylakuppe, India in June 25 -July 7, 2007. 3 recorded in the San Francisco Bay Area of California, USA in June 2-26, 2006. Part 2 contains 102 oral history interviews with elderly Tibetan refugees: 53 recorded in Mundgod, Karnataka, India in April 2010 and 49 recorded in Dharamsla, Tashi Jong and Bir, India in May 2012. Part 3 (i.e. transcript volumes 11-15) of this collection contains 110 oral history interviews with elderly Tibetan refugees: 25 recorded in Bylakuppe and Hunsur, India in December 2013-January 2014; 33 recorded in the United States and Canada between 2012-2016; and 52 recorded in Katmandu, Pokhara, and Tanahun, Nepal in April [...]
DVD
2009
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Downtown Dance: New York

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Volume 1 (32 min.) features interviews with and performances by Ivy Baldwin, Trajal Harrell, and Keely Garfield. Volume 2 (30 min.) presents Larry Keigwin, RoseAnne Spradlin, and David Parker
DVD
2007
Clemons (Stacks)
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Utopia

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Utopia is an epic production by the Emmy and Bafta winning film-maker and journalist John Pilger. Utopia is a vast region in northern Australia and home to the oldest human presence on earth. 'This film is a journey into that secret country,' says John Pilger in Utopia. 'It will describe not only the uniqueness of the first Australians, but their trail of tears and betrayal and resistance - from one utopia to another'. Pilger begins his journey in Sydney, where he grew up, and in Canberra, the nation's capital, where the national parliament rises in an affluent suburb called Barton, recently awarded the title of Australia's most advantaged community. Barton is named after Edmund Barton, the first prime minister of Australia, who in 1901 introduced the White Australia Policy. 'The d [...]
DVD
2013; 2014
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A Brief History of Noise [electronic resource]: John Luther Adams and Allen Otte in Conversation

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Includes a one-hour conversation between John Luther Adams and percussionist Allen Otte, recorded in the composer's studio in Alaska.
Online
2005
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The Story Behind 'Concert Magic' [electronic resource]: Yehudi Menuhin in Conversation With Humphrey Burton

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Exactly 50 years after the creation of the film, "Concert Magic", Yehudi Menuhin and Humphrey Burton view the film in front of cameras. In interviews and conversations Menuhin recalls the origin of the film. The old film moves him very much. His conversation partner Humphrey Burton (director of a number of Leonard Bernstein concerts and an expert on and biographer of Menuhin) draws details regarding the filming of the concert from his interview partner.
Online
2005
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Strange Music of Namjune Paik [electronic resource]

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Namjune Paik, Korean-born avant garde composer, assisted by cellist Charlotte Moorman, in a presentation of several pieces that explore his art. Paik, who revels in the description of himself as the world's most famous bad pianist and the George Washington of video art, has been pushing at the boundaries of electronic music since the possibilities of synthesized music and video first appeared. Here he presents Global Groove, The Medium Is the Medium, and Paik Meets Beethoven (which he created for the Boston Symphony.) Paik, who had an advanced formal education at Tokyo University and the University of Munich, and studied at the Freiburg Conservatory, was turned into his path as a master nontraditionalist by meeting the avant garde composer John Cage.
Online
2007; 1975
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Producing for the Theatre John Iacovelli: The Dreamers and the Builders

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The theatre is a world of 'make believe' that can challenge, entertain, amuse and inform an audience. Capturing the hearts and minds of the audience is the role of the creative people who write, stage design, direct and perform. This series examines the jobs of the creative people behind theater productions and considers their processes. It explores the various aspects of the work of actors, directors, playwrights, designers, and technicians and discusses the ways in which they work individually and collaborate. These four programs take you behind the 'curtain' to introduce you to those who take theatre from 'the page to the stage.' A unique amalgam of 'dreamers and doers.' Award winning scenic designer John Iacovelli explains how a plays visual experience enhances the emotional impa [...]
Online
2006
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Producing for the Theatre Glen Casale/Michael Gill: The Business of the Theatre

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This series describes the business aspect of producing the play, how you raise the money to capitalize a play or musical, structuring budgets to account for pre-production and 'running' costs, and developing a marketing/publicity and advertising plan. It features theater professionals, including noted publicist David Elzer; Michael Gill, general manager for such productions as Mamma Mia, Phantom of the Opera, and Hairspray; an entertainment lawyer; a theatrical venture capitalist; and an advertising executive from Sorrino-Coyne, the commercial theatre's top advertising agency; who offer insights into forming a contract and negotiating. The discussions are both dynamic and informative and offer insights into how you form a contract and behind the scenes negotiations that are vital for [...]
Online
2004
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Producing for the Theatre Randy Snow/David Elzer: The Business of the Theatre

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This series describes the business aspect of producing the play, how you raise the money to capitalize a play or musical, structuring budgets to account for pre-production and 'running' costs, and developing a marketing/publicity and advertising plan. It features theater professionals, including noted publicist David Elzer; Michael Gill, general manager for such productions as Mamma Mia, Phantom of the Opera, and Hairspray; an entertainment lawyer; a theatrical venture capitalist; and an advertising executive from Sorrino-Coyne, the commercial theatre's top advertising agency; who offer insights into forming a contract and negotiating. The discussions are both dynamic and informative and offer insights into how you form a contract and behind the scenes negotiations that are vital for [...]
Online
2006
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Producing for the Theatre James Donovan: The Business of the Theatre

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This series describes the business aspect of producing the play, how you raise the money to capitalize a play or musical, structuring budgets to account for pre-production and 'running' costs, and developing a marketing/publicity and advertising plan. It features theater professionals, including noted publicist David Elzer; Michael Gill, general manager for such productions as Mamma Mia, Phantom of the Opera, and Hairspray; an entertainment lawyer; a theatrical venture capitalist; and an advertising executive from Sorrino-Coyne, the commercial theatre's top advertising agency; who offer insights into forming a contract and negotiating. The discussions are both dynamic and informative and offer insights into how you form a contract and behind the scenes negotiations that are vital for [...]
Online
2005
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Producing for the Theatre Susan Smith: The Forces Who Run the Theatre

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This series examines the roles and responsibilities of the people who control the venues, content, and talent in theater and provide a wide panorama of what theatre is and who 'makes it happen.' The active participants or 'power brokers' in the vast enterprise that comprises live theatre take on many guises. They are theatre owners, managing and artistic directors of regional venues, marketing experts, designers, directors, actors, and playwrights, a veritable army of creative contributors. This program features Susan Smith, agent to such actors as Brian Dennehy and Kathy Bates, who explains the roles of agents.
Online
2005
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Producing for the Theatre Glen Casale/Gerry Schoenfield: The Forces Who Run the Theatre

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This series examines the roles and responsibilities of the people who control the venues, content, and talent in theater and provide a wide panorama of what theatre is and who 'makes it happen.' The active participants or 'power brokers' in the vast enterprise that comprises live theatre take on many guises. They are theatre owners, managing and artistic directors of regional venues, marketing experts, designers, directors, actors, and playwrights, a veritable army of creative contributors. This program features Gerald Schoenfeld of the Schubert Organization (the largest and most influential theatre owner in this country), who addresses the relationship between theater owners and producers.
Online
2004
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Producing for the Theatre Gordon Davidson: The Forces Who Run the Theatre

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This series examines the roles and responsibilities of the people who control the venues, content, and talent in theater and provide a wide panorama of what theatre is and who "makes it happen." The active participants or 'power brokers' in the vast enterprise that comprises live theatre take on many guises. They are theatre owners, managing and artistic directors of regional venues, marketing experts, designers, directors, actors, and playwrights, a veritable army of creative contributors. This program features the relationship between theater owners and producers.
Online
2005
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The Expressive Actor The Lugering Method: Integrated Voice, Movement and Acting Training

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Joan Melton, an internationally recognized actor trainer and author, interviews Master Teacher Michael Lugering in a theoretical discussion of recent discoveries in philosophy, somatic psychology, neuroscience and aesthetics that underpin the integrated voice, movement and acting method presented in this series.
Online
2014
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Actor's Notes: Acting in Comedy

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This 2004 episode of Actor's Notes with host Jennifer Dale features Steve Smith, Jessica Holmes, Rod Beattie, and Patrick McKenna on comedy.
Online
2004
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Actor's Notes: Acting in Film

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This 2004 episode of Actor's Notes with host Jennifer Dale features Arsinee Khanjian, Wendy Crewson, Daniel MacIvor, and Rebecca Jenkins on acting in film.
Online
2004