Director: Saul Bass
Using live action, animation and special effects, the film demonstrates how the popular arts in America serve as vehicles for 'self-projection, experience-expansion, and fantasy fulfilment'.
A whimsical three-minute animated history of the telephone, to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the invention of the telephone. ... More »
Saul Bass is a film maker and designer who extended the art of the film to its listing of credits with his work on Carmen Jones. This innovation was followed soon after, by his distinctive 'arm' ... More »
The film accompanies a small boy as he walks along the beach and finds ordinary objects which reveal unsuspected worlds of intense visual experience. ... More »
The film deals, in kaleidoscopic form, with the exciting human experience of flight. ... More »
Eight separate explorations, episodes, comments on creativity, each segment employing its own style and technique to make its appropriate statement—this is the latest work of Saul Bass ... More »
A film version of an O'Henry story about the plight of two shabby con men, who try to kidnap a spirited young boy. ... More »