Director: Harold M. Weiner
The film traces the history of the Columbia River Basin in the north-west sector of the United States, 20 million years ago to the present.
A record of the production of a big-budget television commercial: a take-off on old Hollywood desert movies. ... More »
With the use of still photographs alone, the film attempts to recreate the social and political climate of the 'Harlem Renaissance'—a period of great artistic and cultural activities in the ... More »
An outrageous satirical broadside in which President Nixon interacts with speeches, plays, and killings on television, and with his own ego and guilt. Rip Torn, playing the part of Nixon, combines ... More »
An educational film designed to explain the process of making an animated film, with examples of student work. ... More »
The story of a whole generation is symbolised in this portrait of a witty and independent woman, Yudie. ... More »
The film traces the history of the Statue of Liberty, from the artist's conception to its completion, and investigates America's changing attitudes towards the meaning of the statue. ... More »