Director: James Wong Howe
This is the story. of an artist painting a watercolour. The mood is set &ndash: steel and brick, sunlight and shadow, noise and movement. The place is Chinatown.
The lights of Times Square at night take on new, fresh meanings. Abstracted from their gaudy signs they create intricate patterns of form and colour. ... More »
Time is the enemy of paintings, and time of war their greatest enemy. This film describes some of the methods used for restoring works of art. ... More »
Subtitled "Cornwall and the Sculpture of Barbara Hepworth," this film is not only a study of the work of the artist but is also an analysis of the influence on her work. ... More »
The changing seasons, the Quebec countryside, and the French settlers of Canada of 100 years ago seen through the paintings of Cornelius Kreighoff. ... More »
Reconstructing some of the most significant characteristics of the pre-Aztec and Aztec civilisation, the film explores notable ruins, carvings and murals which depict this culture. Religion is found ... More »
The portrayal of what the son sees in the life of his father. Dr. Yukawa, Japan's Nobel prizewinner, and his world of cosmotrones. ... More »