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Blind Spot: Hitler's Secretary
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directed by André Heller, 1947- and Othmar Schmiderer, 1954-; produced by Danny Krausz, 1958- and Kurt Stocker, 1954-, Dor Film Produktionsgesellschaft; performed by Traudl Junge, 1920-2002 (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2002), 1 hour 27 mins
In BLIND SPOT - HITLER'S SECRETARY, Traudl Junge describes on camera her experience working as one of Adolf Hitler's private secretaries from 1942 until his suicide in 1945. After keeping quiet for nearly 60 years, Frau Junge tells the riveting story of working alongside Hitler until the final collapse of the Nazi...
directed by André Heller, 1947- and Othmar Schmiderer, 1954-; produced by Danny Krausz, 1958- and Kurt Stocker, 1954-, Dor Film Produktionsgesellschaft; performed by Traudl Junge, 1920-2002 (New York, NY: Sony Pictures Classics, 2002), 1 hour 27 mins
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Portrait of Jason
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directed by Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997; produced by Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997, Shirley Clarke Productions and Graeme Ferguson Productions; performed by Jason Holliday, 1924-1998, Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997 and Carl Lee, 1926-1986 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 2000), 1 hour 48 mins
On the night of December 2, 1966, Clarke and a tiny crew convened in her apartment at the Hotel Chelsea to make a film. There, for twelve straight hours they filmed the one-and-only Jason Holliday as he spun tales, sang, donned costumes and reminisced about good times and bad behavior as a gay hustler, sometime ho...
directed by Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997; produced by Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997, Shirley Clarke Productions and Graeme Ferguson Productions; performed by Jason Holliday, 1924-1998, Shirley Clarke, 1919-1997 and Carl Lee, 1926-1986 (Harrington Park, NJ: Milestone Films, 2000), 1 hour 48 mins
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Scott Walker: 30th Century Man: Extended Interviews
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directed by Stephen Kijak, 1969-; produced by Stephen Kijak, 1969-, Elizabeth Rose, fl. 2006 and Mia Bays, fl. 2001-2014, Verve Pictures and Aim High Productions (New York, NY: Oscilloscope Pictures, 2009), 58 mins
SCOTT WALKER: 30 CENTURY MAN is a rare glimpse into the creative world of the most enigmatic figure in rock history, and will trace the undeniable impact he has had on popular music through casual interviews with some of his biggest, highest profile fans.
directed by Stephen Kijak, 1969-; produced by Stephen Kijak, 1969-, Elizabeth Rose, fl. 2006 and Mia Bays, fl. 2001-2014, Verve Pictures and Aim High Productions (New York, NY: Oscilloscope Pictures, 2009), 58 mins
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The Whale Rossellini
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directed by Claudio Bondi, fl. 2009 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Windrose (Film distributor), 2010), 48 mins
This is the story of the film 'The Whale' never directed by Rossellini. In 1971, a large whale stranded on the beach inspired Roberto Rossellini to write a scenario. Mixing up interviews, photographs and film footage, the documentary pays a tribute to one of the greatest masters of Italian cinema.
directed by Claudio Bondi, fl. 2009 (Paris, Ile-de-France: Windrose (Film distributor), 2010), 48 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Screenwriter: Carl Foreman
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directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
Carl Foreman, known internationally as a filmmaker, is primarily a screenwriter. His screenplays concern the struggle of the individual against the often hostile pressures of the environment. In this film, Foreman speaks candidly about being blacklisted in Hollywood for being an "uncooperative" witness before the...
directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Screenwriter: Eleanor Perry
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directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
Eleanor Perry represents one of the most outspoken and articulate screenwriters of her time. Her work reflects a range of serious contemporary themes, but she is most noted for dealing with the issues of human disintegration and mental illness. Eleanor Perry selected filmography: David and Lisa, Ladybug, Ladybug,...
directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Screenwriter: Neil Simon
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directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
Humor at its best is only a twist away from tragedy, and it is along that boundary that Neil Simon, the most successful writer of comedy for stage and screen today, works. He believes that the best humor arises in careful observation of credible, recognizable characters. Neil Simon Selected filmography: The Odd Co...
directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Screenwriter: Paul Mazursky
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directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
Paul Mazursky has established himself as one of the most important and perceptive filmmakers in America. Mazursky has an ability to elicit memorable, resonant characterizations from actors in both his writing and his directing. Paul Mazursky selected filmography: An Unmarried Woman, Blume in Love, Harry and Tonto...
directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Screenwriter: Robert Towne
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directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
In creating a character, Robert Towne says, "You must ask what it is he or she is really afraid of. It's my best way of getting into a character." Towne thinks the writer has more control over his art than the director. "When I write," he says, "the only limits are my imagination and my ability to do it." Robert T...
directed by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013 and Terry Sanders, 1931-, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Episode 1, Screenwriter: William Goldman
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directed by Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Episode 1 (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins

Because he is a writer and not a director or actor, many people outside the movie industry do not know the name William Goldman. But to those within the industry, he is "the most observant, knowledgeable and intuitive screenwriter in the business." Not only has he written some of the most memorable and loved scree...

directed by Terry Sanders, 1931-; produced by Freida Lee Mock, fl. 1967-2013, American Film Foundation, in Word into Image: Portraits of American Screenwriters, Episode 1 (Santa Monica, CA: American Film Foundation, 1981), 28 mins
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