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Westbeth Home of the Arts
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produced by George Cominskie, Per Henriksen and Jesper Bundgaard, Out of Sync (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 30 mins
The first and largest federally funded artists’ colony in the United States, Westbeth became home to a generation of artists grateful for cheap rent and a place to live and work. Since 1970 the west Greenwich Village site has provided a home to artists who range from emerging to well-established and represent a...
produced by George Cominskie, Per Henriksen and Jesper Bundgaard, Out of Sync (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 30 mins
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Ballad of Greenwich Village
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written by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978; directed by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978; produced by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2007), 1 hour 11 mins
The artists, rebels, and bohemians who came to New York's Greenwich Village over many decades changed the face of American culture through their art and politics. This film portrays the important political and social movements that began in the Village: the first interracial jazz club, the earliest Socialist newsp...
written by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978; directed by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978; produced by Karen L. Kramer, fl. 1978 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2007), 1 hour 11 mins
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Beyond Iconic
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directed by Hanna Sawka, fl. 2011; produced by Hanna Sawka, fl. 2011 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 52 mins
Photographer Dennis Stock is renowned for his classic images of Hollywood stars and jazz musicians such as James Dean, Audrey Hepburn, John Wayne, Louis Armstrong, and Miles Davis. Beyond Iconic surveys Stock's work and reveals his artistic philosophy, giving a penetrating portrait of a man devoted to his craft. T...
directed by Hanna Sawka, fl. 2011; produced by Hanna Sawka, fl. 2011 (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 52 mins
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The Last Wright: Frank Lloyd Wright and the Rebirth of an American City
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directed by Lucille Carra (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2009), 51 mins
By 1908, Frank Lloyd Wright was considered the most innovative architect in Chicago. He traveled to Mason City, Iowa, to design a unique business block- a bank and an adjoining hotel, facing a park. Soon, scandal and tragedy would ruin his career, but the Park Inn would remain, one of his last Prairie style struct...
directed by Lucille Carra (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2009), 51 mins
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