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Adam and the Music
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directed by Benjamin Hesselholdt; composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1756-1791 (1773); conducted by Ádám Fischer, 1949-; produced by Karl Bjerre Skibsted; performed by Ádám Fischer, 1949-, Danish Radio Sinfonietta (Danish National Chamber Orchestra), in Adam and the Music (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2009), 43 mins
A unique and beautiful portrait of the internationally acclaimed conductor Adam Fischer and his world of music. Hungarian-born Adam Fischer has worked with some of Europe's great orchestras and is the chief conductor of the Danish National Chamber Orchestra. The documentary follows him and the orchestra during th...
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directed by Benjamin Hesselholdt; composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1756-1791 (1773); conducted by Ádám Fischer, 1949-; produced by Karl Bjerre Skibsted; performed by Ádám Fischer, 1949-, Danish Radio Sinfonietta (Danish National Chamber Orchestra), in Adam and the Music (Copenhagen, Capital Region (Denmark): Danish Broadcasting Corporation, 2009), 43 mins
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1934, Alban Berg, and the Shadow of Politics: Documents of a Troubled Year
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written by Margaret Notley; edited by Christopher Hailey; in Alban Berg and His World (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2010), 239-284
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written by Margaret Notley; edited by Christopher Hailey; in Alban Berg and His World (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2010), 239-284
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Dancers, Musicians and Singers
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choreographed by Cynthia Oliver; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Cynthia Oliver, Straylight; in Cynthia Oliver, Alive & Kicking, Program 4 (Charles Dennis Productions, 1996), 3 mins
Cynthia Oliver - excerpts from "Death's Door" - powerful dance and spoken words about dealing with death and loss by one of New York City's most eloquent African-American dancer/choreographers. Cynthia Olive was awarded a New York Dance and Performance Award, a "Bessie" for "Death's Door". Recorded in 1995 at Perf...
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choreographed by Cynthia Oliver; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Cynthia Oliver, Straylight; in Cynthia Oliver, Alive & Kicking, Program 4 (Charles Dennis Productions, 1996), 3 mins
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Interview of Mark Dendy
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directed by Charles Dennis, 1946-; choreographed by Mark Dendy; designed by Frank DenDanto III; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Mark Dendy; in Homecoming - Mark Dendy, Alive & Kicking, Program 70 (Charles Dennis Productions, 2001), 7 mins
Homecoming #1 - Mark Dendy - Choreographer Mark Dendy creates high energy modern dance. This program documents his return to Performance Space 122 in New York City in 2002, the theater where he launched his career, and features his signature work, "Beat" (1986) which was filmed specially for Charles Dennis' featur...
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directed by Charles Dennis, 1946-; choreographed by Mark Dendy; designed by Frank DenDanto III; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Mark Dendy; in Homecoming - Mark Dendy, Alive & Kicking, Program 70 (Charles Dennis Productions, 2001), 7 mins
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Choreography; Excerpt from
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directed by Charles Dennis, 1946-; choreographed by Doug Varone; designed by Frank DenDanto III; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; interview by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Doug Varone and Gwen Welliver, fl. 1990; in Homecoming #9 - Doug Varone, Alive & Kicking, Program 79 (Charles Dennis Productions, 2005), 11 mins
Homecoming #9 – Doug Varone – features extended documentation of choreographer Doug Varone’s work that was originally showcased in the film “Homecoming – Celebrating 20 Years of Dance at P.S. 122”. Works featured in this program include “After You’ve Gone” (1995) and “Cantata 78/Every Waking Ho...
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directed by Charles Dennis, 1946-; choreographed by Doug Varone; designed by Frank DenDanto III; produced by Charles Dennis, 1946-; interview by Charles Dennis, 1946-; performed by Doug Varone and Gwen Welliver, fl. 1990; in Homecoming #9 - Doug Varone, Alive & Kicking, Program 79 (Charles Dennis Productions, 2005), 11 mins
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American Swan in Paris
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directed by Arantxa Aguirre, 1965-; choreographed by Maurice Béjart, 1927-2007; produced by José Luis López-Liranes; performed by Kathleen Thielhelm, Béjart Ballet Lausanne (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 33 mins
'American Swan in Paris' is a love letter to Paris and to dance. It features the charming Kathleen Thielhelm from Wisconsin, nine years a dancer with the Joffrey Ballet in Chicago, and a recent addition to the Bejart Ballet Lausanne. Shortly after her arrival, the company is scheduled perform at the Palais Garnier...
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directed by Arantxa Aguirre, 1965-; choreographed by Maurice Béjart, 1927-2007; produced by José Luis López-Liranes; performed by Kathleen Thielhelm, Béjart Ballet Lausanne (New York, NY: Filmakers Library, 2011), 33 mins
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American Dance Festival Workshop
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Anna Sokolow, 1910-2000 and Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968; in Anna Sokolow: Speaking of Dance (American Dance Festival, 1992), 4 mins
1991 Scripps/ ADF Award winner Anna Sokolow talks with ADF Co-Director Charles Reinhart about her life, her work with Louis Horst, Martha Graham, and her personal vision; also includes Ms. Sokolow teaching a master class at the American Dance Festival.
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directed by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011; produced by Douglas Rosenberg, fl. 2011, Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968 and Stephanie Reinhart, 1944-2002; performed by Anna Sokolow, 1910-2000 and Charles L. Reinhart, fl. 1968; in Anna Sokolow: Speaking of Dance (American Dance Festival, 1992), 4 mins
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Archie's TV Laugh-Out, 9, Archie's TV Laugh-Out no. 9
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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, George Gladir, 1925-2013, Al Hartley, 1921-2003 and Dick Malmgren, 1928-1992; edited by John L. Goldwater, 1916-1999 and Richard Goldwater, 1936-2007; art by Bob Bolling, 1928-, Bill Yoshida, 1921-2005, Barry Grossman, 1948-, Jon D'Agostino, 1929-2010 and Al Hartley, 1921-2003, in Archie's TV Laugh-Out, 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971), 52 page(s)

Welcome to Riverdale, the home of everyone's favorite teenager, Archie Andrews - and his closest friends! Dive into these beloved and classic Archie stories, which feature all the elements that have become an important part of pop culture. See the love triangle that includes girl-next-door Betty Cooper and wealthy...

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written by Joe Edwards, 1921-2007, George Gladir, 1925-2013, Al Hartley, 1921-2003 and Dick Malmgren, 1928-1992; edited by John L. Goldwater, 1916-1999 and Richard Goldwater, 1936-2007; art by Bob Bolling, 1928-, Bill Yoshida, 1921-2005, Barry Grossman, 1948-, Jon D'Agostino, 1929-2010 and Al Hartley, 1921-2003, in Archie's TV Laugh-Out, 9 (Pelham, NY: Archie Comic Publications, Inc., 1971), 52 page(s)
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The Assistant Lighting Designer's Toolkit
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written by Anne E. McMills, fl. 2002 (New York, NY: Focal Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 455 page(s)
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written by Anne E. McMills, fl. 2002 (New York, NY: Focal Press, 2014, originally published 2014), 455 page(s)
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Aurélie Dupont : l'espace d'un instant
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directed by Cédric Klapisch, 1961-; produced by Agathe Berman, fl. 1991; performed by Laurent Hilaire, 1962-, Marie-Agnès Gillot, fl. 1990, Manuel Legris and Aurélie Dupont, fl. 1987, Paris Opera Ballet, in Aurélie Dupont: l'espace d'un instant (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2009), 58 mins
A moving, joyful and intimate portrait of Aurélie Dupont, prima ballerina at the Paris National Opera, and guest-star on the world's greatest stages.
 Returning to his roots as a documentary filmmaker, world-renowned director Cédric Klapisch takes in her grace, observes her daily life, and records Aurélie's...
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directed by Cédric Klapisch, 1961-; produced by Agathe Berman, fl. 1991; performed by Laurent Hilaire, 1962-, Marie-Agnès Gillot, fl. 1990, Manuel Legris and Aurélie Dupont, fl. 1987, Paris Opera Ballet, in Aurélie Dupont: l'espace d'un instant (Paris, Ile-de-France: ZED (Film production), 2009), 58 mins
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