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Ephemeral Films

Ephemeral films are non-fiction films usually made for educational, industrial, or promotional purposes. The two classic ephemeral film collections found on the Archive are the Prelinger Archives and AV Geeks.



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Educational Films
by Babbitt, Milton, 1916-2011; Babbitt, Milton, 1916-2011. Vision and prayer; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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USA Composers: Electronic Music (1966) Discusses some of the important American composers of the 20th century, including Ives, Piston, Harris, and Copland. Shows how their music reflects their own creative personalities rather than an abstract American tradition.
Topics: Babbitt, Milton, 1916-2011, Electronic music
Educational Films
by Barron, Evelyn; Barron, Arthur; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Filmakers Library, inc
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Produced by Arthur and Evelyn Barron for NET
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Topics: Pregnancy, Childbirth
Educational Films
by Berne, Eric; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Presents interviews with Eric Berne in which he explains the assumptions upon which his theory of transactional analysis is based
Topic: Social interaction
Educational Films
by Fadiman, Clifton, 1904-1999; Bestor, Arthur Eugene, 1908-1994; KTCA-TV (Television station : Saint Paul, Minn.); National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Dr Arthur Bestor, Professor of history at the University of Illinois, comments on the importance of a disciplined mind and outlines the methods of obtaining intellectual discipline in a democratic society. States that life adjustment education has two essential elements: first, to help young people develop the skills, knowledge, and the attitudes for dealing intelligently with the immediate situations of everyday living; and second, to help them understand the persistent aspects of a situation...
Topic: Education
Educational Films
by Gilbert, Perry W; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Attack Patterns of Sharks (1966) Object animation by the first French animator, Emile Cole, about a moving company placing furniture in a house. Pots, pans, baskets and furniture move themselves in a dizzy ballet.
Topics: Sharks, Shark attacks
Educational Films
by Hewett, Frank M; National Educational Television and Radio Center
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An episode of the television program Spectrum
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Topic: Autistic Disorder
Educational Films
by Howard, Brice, production; Rabin, Arthur W., production; Minnix, Bruce, direction; Davis, Ossie, writing, cast; Dee, Ruby, cast; Voices Incorporated (Musical group), music; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Peabody Collection. African-American History and Culture Programs; Peabody Collection. Women's History and Culture Programs
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Slavery Uses a combination of high and low magnification, phase contrast, dark field, bright field, normal speed and time-lapse cinephotomicrography to show the life cycle of one Myxomycete, and uses animation to point out details such as mitosis. Stresses the uniqueness of Myzomycetes and indicates similarities and differences in the life cycle of different species.
Topics: Slavery, African Americans, Slaves' writings, American
Educational Films
by Hullfish, H. Gordon (Henry Gordon), 1894-1962; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Philosophies of Education: Experimental Approach to Education (1961) Describes village life on the coast of Ghana, the newest independent member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Shows the people in a village who have for centuries lived by and from the sea, explaining that the net is owned by the chief of the village and that he takes a half-share of the tiny catch. Visits a larger town where many new things are seen, including a fishiat which can go farther to sea and take larger catches.
Topics: Education, Philosophies of education
Educational Films
by John Coltrane Quartet; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET Music by the John Coltrane Quartet Summary Explores the relationship of the Bla.k policeman to other blacks by interviewing those on both sides in New York City and Los Angeles. Points out that some see Black police officers as representing a white system badly in need of change while other Blacks accuse the Black cop of seeking only the instant authority that comes with a badge.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, African American police, Police-community relations, Civil rights,...
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.); National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Language of the Camera Eye Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film A documentary about the Lascaux Cave paintings uncovered in the Dordogne region in France in 1940. Re-creates the circumstances of the discovery. Two small boys chasing a rabbit with their dog fall through the ground into caverns and find that the walls are covered with the forms of animals. Shows photographs of the paintings and explains that they are one of the mosnificant finds of...
Topic: Photography, Artistic
Educational Films
by KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.); National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Poetry:William Carlos Williams Demonstrates the annihilation of positron-electron pairs. Emphasizes the conservation of energy and the transformation of matter into radiation.
Topic: Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963
Educational Films
by KTCA-TV (Television station : Saint Paul, Minn.); National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Philosophies of Education: Classical Realist Approach to Education (1961) Discusses various brain conditions causing mental deficiency.
Topics: Realism, Natural law, Education
Educational Films
by Kempe, C. Henry; Helfer, Ray E; Wille, Lois; National Educational Television and Radio Center; WTTW (Television station : Chicago, Ill.)
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Original version in 2 parts edited to form 1 program
Topics: Child abuse, Battered Child Syndrome, Child Abuse, Legislation as Topic, Parent-Child Relations,...
Educational Films
by Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997; Olson, Charles, 1910-1970; National Educational Television and Radio Center; KQED-TV (Television station : San Francisco, Calif.)
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Poetry Denise Levertov and Charles Olson Interviews Richard Wilbur and Robert Lowell. Explores their interests in poetic expression and the origins of the ideas in their respective poems. Wilbur reads On the marginal way, Love calls us to the things of this world, and Advise to a prophet. Lowell reads Water, Soft wood, A flaw, Fall, 1961 and The opposite house.
Topics: Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997, Olson, Charles, 1910-1970, Poetry
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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How to Look at a City Gives a report on research which is making giant strides toward pinpointing the body controls that cause aging. Notes that someday there could be a real "fountain of youth."
Topics: Neighborhoods, Travel
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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The Other Side of the Mountain (1964) Dr. Gary Stollak presents the phenomenological perspective in abnormal psychology by interpreting a case study involving a middle-aged man's problems in coping with reality. Psychologists representing the psychoanalytic, behavioral, and social perspectives of analysis respond.
Topics: Explorers, Discoveries in geography
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Depicts the gold rush days in Colorado and the problems of a sudden increase in wealth and population. Traces the rise and fall of the small mining town of Cripple Creek. Investigates the mystery surrounding the disappearance of Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg from Hungary at the end of World War II. Also examines evidence that Wallenberg, who saved the lives of over one hundred thousand Jews, may still be alive in Russia.
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Topics: Frontier and pioneer life, Frontier and pioneer life, Gold mines and mining
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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A study of life in mountain areas of the Eastern United States, as revealed in folk music and dances. Includes scenes of isolated areas in western North Carolina and shows farmers, shopkeepers, and hunters in the Appalachians. Shows the filmmakers as they are taken by folksinger Bascom Lamar Lunsford to the homes of the singer's friends and neighbors
Topics: Folk music, Folk dance music
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Produced by NET Presents contrasts in society and politics in modern Japan: the change in family structure away from a strong matriarchy, school children being offered individualized instruction while still wearing standardized uniforms, the fading god-like image of the emperor, an emerging women's liberation movement, and the growing interdependence of Japan and other nations. Includes comments by the prime minister and foreign minister, who outline Japan's relationship with China, the Soviet...
Topics: 16mm Film, Series: The Very Remarkable Yamato Family., Educational Film
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Discusses the artistic and photographic efforts of John Stanley, Frederick Remington and Charlie Russell. A film about the poet Theodore Roethke in which he imparts his views on the sources and functions of poetry, his approach to writing poetry, and biographical information of interest. Mr. Roethke reads some of his works which illustrate the author's conviction that a poet should reveal every aspect of his nature. Pictures him among the cluttered paraphernalia of his hnd in the classroom...
Topic: Artists, American
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Producer, Jack Willis
Topic: African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Demonstrates and explains experiments performed by the California Institute of Technology utilizing animals and humans in which the two cerebral hemispheres have been separated surgically. Evaluates results in terms of their contribution to our knowledge of how the brain works Summary Explains the revolutionary split - brain operation, performed at the California Institute of Technology, in which the two hemispheres of the brain are separated surgically along the corpus callosum. Demonstrates...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Cerebral hemispheres, Brain, Human anatomy, Medicine
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Produced by NET Examines many institutions of Japanese life, including the work ethic, group identification, traditional ceremony, the structure of the home, city night life, farming, fishing, national railroads, and industry-run schools. Looks at areas of change influenced by growing individualism, overcrowding and pollution, and nonviolent protest over industrial policies Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film
Topics: Japan., Family.
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Uses original artwork to show historical aspects of epilepsy and various types of epileptic seizures in actual patients
Topics: Epileptics, Epilepsy
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; British Broadcasting Company, Television Service; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Introduced by David Powitt
Topics: Weather forecasting, Climatic changes
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; British Broadcasting Company, Television Service; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Introduced by David Prowitt
Topics: Weather forecasting, Climatic changes
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; British Broadcasting Corporation. Television Service; Indiana University, Bloomington
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The Violent Universe, Part 5 (1969) Examines the forces that combined after the Supreme Court desegregation decision to ignite the civil rights movement in the South. Illustrates representative moments in the history of the protest, such as the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott and the lunch counter sit-ins.
Topic: Astronomy
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University
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Discusses the thesis that Russia's revolution is unfinished, since it has not yet come into harmony with the talents of the Russian people. Shows scenes of life in Russia today and presents interviews with leading persons in economics, medicine, science, children's literature and poetry
Topic: Revolution (Soviet Union : 1917-1921)
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET Views the political and legal career and personal philosophy of Earl Warren Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Discusses the political career and personal philosophy of Earl Warren.
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Warren, Earl, 1891-1974, Series: The Warren Years (1969), Philosophy
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topics: Communism, Politics and government
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Verdun Principle of the vernier scale and its application to a micrometer and to inside and outside calipers; how to use and read vernier micrometers and vernier calipers.
Topics: Verdun, Battle of (France : 1916), Verdun, Battle of, Verdun, France, 1916, Travel
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topics: Climatology, Weather, Weather control
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topic: Race relations
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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USA Dance: New York City Ballet (1965) An assault on the alienation of modern industrial life, this film takes the viewer on a chilling tour of a paper factory. Set to dissonant music and accompanied by poetic and often abstract narration whose scope extends beyond problems of the factory to suggest the insanity of modern existence in general.--Peter De Domenico, 6/94.
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Topics: New York City Ballet, Ballet
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topics: Adams, Ansel, 1902-1984, Photography, Artistic
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topics: Veterans Administration Hospital (Palo Alto, Calif.), Mentally ill
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Shows how Dr Joseph Smagorinsky and his colleagues at the Environmental Science Services Administration experiment with mathematical equations and computers for predicting the weather. Morris Shamos, Roscoe Braham of the University of Chicago, Louis Battan of the Institute for Atmospheric Physics, and Jerome Spar of the U.S. Weather Bureau discuss rain, hail, and lightning. Research is aimed at modifying large-scale weather systems, such as cyclones. From the Science and engineering TV journal...
Topics: Numerical weather forecasting, Meteorology
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topic: Television
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Artists : Jack Tworkov Shows artist Jim Dine at work and at home; includes footage of Dine discussing his life, his artistic development, and "what is called ugly" in his work. Examines a number of Dine's works from different periods, including his tie paintings, tool paintings, palettes, collages, and "happenings"; considers Dine's concern with objects in his work.
Topic: Tworkov, Jack
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET Looks at the rehabilitation of persons afflicted with total or partial loss of speech under a new program at the University of Chicago. Explains the language modalities test, and instrument designed to diagnose the level of speech loss in aphasics, developed by Dr. Wepman, professor of psychology and surgery at the University of Chicago. From the Spectrum series Summary Pictures stroke victims and others afflicted with aphasia, the total or partial loss of speech. Explains the...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Aphasia, Speech therapy, Neurological disorders, Physical...
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topic: Race relations
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET
Topic: English language
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Poetess Nikki Giovanni, singer Lena Horne, Bibi Amina Baraka (wife of poet-playwright Leroi Jones) and other Black women discuss the role of Black women in contemporary society
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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USA Artists: The New Abstraction: Morris Louis, Kenneth Noland (1966) John Canady documents various aspects of the six major medieval cathedrals of France, explaining the symbolism of the architectural and sculptural styles, and pointing out that the cathedral stands as a visable summary of the philosophical and intellectual world of the Middle Ages.
Topics: Louis, Morris, 1912-1962, Noland, Kenneth, 1924-2010
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Producer, director, and editor, Shelly Grossman; story and research, Mary Louise Grossman, John Hamlet; narrator, John Hamlet
Topic: Pesticide residues in food
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Producer, Dick McCutchen; director, Gordon Parks; editor, Michael Misch
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Topics: Thomas, Piri, 1928-2011, Puerto Ricans in New York (City)
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Novel: Saul Bellow The World of The Dangling Man History of black Americans in music and poetry. Their emergence from the slave state of over three hundred years ago to the present unrest. Poems of Langston Hughes and Countee Cullen. Statements by James Baldwin, Malcom X and Stokeley Carmichael. A warning that the black culture will no longer be put off.
Topic: Bellow, Saul
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Free at Last (1965) Examines early childhood education and its role in a school-oriented society. Considers the relationship between theories of education and learning and the changes in pedagogical techniques that have grown out of these theories.
Topic: African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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The Violent Universe, Part 4 (1969) Tells the story of the Bryn Mawr Summer School for Women Workers as seen through the eyes of its alumnae fifty years later at a planned reunion.
Topic: Astronomy
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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The Violent Universe, Part 3 (1969) A comprehensive report of astronomical theories, research, and discoveries. Visits thirty astronomers at their observatories throughout the world as they discuss pulsars, infra-red galaxies, red giants, white dwarfs, cosmic rays, and redshift. Includes a motion picture view of a quasar.
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Topic: Astronomy
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Explores the meaning of 'the Southern way of life.' Includes interviews with black and white citizens and shows scenes of segregated schools. Profiles a middle-aged man who has been unable to keep a job for five years due to an obsessive-compulsive condition. Explains that neurotics have reasons for performing ritual acts--even when they know the ritual is meaningless. Patient expresses his feelings about his symptoms, and his progress in therapy is shown. From the Disordered Mind series. R....
Topic: African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Examines the civilization of ancient Africa and its significance to the American Negro. Shows that white historians ignore old civilizations of Africa below the Sahara. Explores this little - known past through art and pageantry. Features Ossie Davis.
Topic: Civilization
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Reviews highlights of the civil rights struggle from 1954 - 64. Examines the impact of Negro militancy on Negro and white Americans. Shows film coverage showing Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Medgar Evers and Presidents Kennedy and Johnson. Features Ossie Davis. Portrays the underlying and immediate causes of the civil war between Nigeria and the breakaway province of Biafra.
Topic: African Americans
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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With fact sheet
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Topics: Cosindas, Marie, 1925-, Photography, Artistic
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Producer and director, Dick McCutchen; consultant, Prentice Williams
Topics: Prisons, Prisoners
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Photography: Dorothea Lange Under the Trees Presents quotations from the Daybooks of Edward Weston to explain his inner feelings and shows photographs from his soft-focus portraits, his abstract motifs, and his work done in Mexico. Two of his sons, his second wife, and one of his former students discuss and evaluate the artist and their relationship to him.
Topics: Lange, Dorothea, Photography, Artistic
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Features Fela Sowande of Nigeria, African musicologist, composer, and organist, who explains how contemporary African music has mingled traditional African and Western idioms to create new forms. Presents music of Shakespeare's time played by the New York Pro Musica.
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Topic: Music, African
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana. University. Audio-Visual Center. [from old catalog]
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Topic: Sex instruction
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; New York Pro Musica
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Presents the music of the Renaissance Band focusing on individual instruments. Includes selections from the works of Michael Praetorius, Heinrich Isaac and Orlando Di Lasso. Discusses the decline of Western Europe's power and influence throughout the world since World War I. Depicts the change in Western Europe's status in international politics and shows the effect which this decline has had on current problems of foreign relations. Host is C. Dale Fuller.
Topic: Music
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; University of Indiana. Audio-Visual Center
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Producer, Jim Karayn; director, Max Shindler; editor, Howard Milken Examines the major Supreme Court rulings in the areas of school desegregation and civil rights, reapportionment, and criminal procedure in light of the consequences of the decisions. Presents an evaluation of these decisions by allies and critics of Earl Warren Search Educational Film Journals at Media History Project for references to this film Summary Discusses major Supreme Court rulings in the areas of school desegregation,...
Topics: 16mm Film, Educational Film, Warren, Earl, 1891-1974, United States. Supreme Court, Series: The...
Source: Lasergraphics ScanStation
Educational Films
by National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Produced by NET Examines many institutions of Japanese life, including the work ethic, group identification, traditional ceremony, the structure of the home, city night life, farming, fishing, national railroads, and industry-run schools. Looks at areas of change influenced by growing individualism, overcrowding and pollution, and nonviolent protest over industrial policies
Topics: 16mm Film, Series: The Very Remarkable Yamato Family, Educational Film
Educational Films
by National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.); National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Schizophrenia: The Shattered Mirror Demonstrates secondary flows caused by the imposition of primary-flow pressure gradients on low-momentum fluid in sheer layers. Includes in the demonstrations secondary flows in a free vortex, in a rotating body of fluid, and in a bend in a channel. Features Edward S. Taylor.
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Topic: Schizophrenia
Educational Films
by New York Pro Musica; National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Music of Shakespeare's Time (1965) Centers on the world of Kevin, an eleven-year-old English boy who was born without arms or legs because his mother took the drug Thalidomide during her pregnancy. His mother tells of her reactions to the disability and her determination to provide Kevin with love and dignity in a family setting. Blue Ribbon winner, American Film Festival.
( 1 reviews )
Topic: Music
Educational Films
by Perelman, S. J. (Sidney Joseph), 1904-1979; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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USA Writers: S.J. Perelman (1966) Investigates the writing career of novelist Irving Stone through an interview with Stone and his wife, Jean. In addition to Stone's own works, the novelist and his wife speak informally about the functions of a writer, the hard work and perseverance which professional writing entails, and the problems involved in transforming books into screenplays.
Topics: Perelman, S. J. (Sidney Joseph), 1904-1979, Fiction
Educational Films
by Richter, Richard. Executive Producer; Louw, Joseph. Producer. Writer; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington. Audio-Visual Center
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Producer, Joseph Louw; editor, Bill Doreste
Topic: Mexican Americans
Educational Films
by Ridlon, Harold G; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University. Audio-Visual Center
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Illustrates good study habits and explains why they are essential to academic success in college. Visits the suburbs of London, Marseilles, and Rotterdam to show how several cities attempt to eliminate ugly and inefficient suburbs by community planning.
Topics: Study skills, Reading comprehension
Educational Films
by Waldear, Gordon; Marans, Gerald; National Educational Television and Radio Center; WQED (Television station : Pittsburgh, Pa.)
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The Born Criminal SummaryDiscus./ia he relationship between heredity and criminality. Points out common misconceptions concerning physical characteristics as acause of crime. Explains the fallacies in Lombroso's theories of crimin.lty. Stresses the need for education in the area of genetic inheritance as related to criminal tendencies. Investigates the world of the 21st century with particular reference to patterns of communication and their projected impact upon man.
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Topics: Crime, Criminals, Heredity, Human, Criminal anthropology
Educational Films
by Weston, Edward, 1886-1958. Daybooks; National Educational Television and Radio Center
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Photography: The Day Books of Edward Weston How Young I Was Emphasizes the quality of simplicity in the work of Edward Weston as reflected in photographs of Point Lobos, California, his record of California and the western United States, portraits of his cats, samples from his satirical series, and his civil defense series. From the USA series.
Topics: Weston, Edward, 1886-1958, Photography, Artistic
Educational Films
by Weston, Edward, 1886-1958. Daybooks; National Educational Television and Radio Center; Indiana University, Bloomington
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Photography: The Day Books of Eedward Weston - The Strongest Way of Seeing Describes the provisions of Public Law 94-142, the Education For All Handicapped Children Act.
Topics: Weston, Edward, 1886-1958, Photography, Artistic