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The Milkman : A Free World Novel. by Martineck, Michael J.;
In the near future, corporation rules every possible freedom. Without government, there can be no crime. Every act is measured against competing interests, hidden loyalties and the ever-upward pressure of the corporate ladder.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films;
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Scripting the Environment : Oil, Democracy and the Sands of Time and Space. by Takach, Geo.;
Intro -- Dedication -- Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Reference -- List of Figures -- Introduction -- References -- Chapter 1: Environment, Communication and Arts-­Based Research -- Artistic and Scientific Inquiry -- Foundations of Arts-Based Research -- Arts-Based Research and Environmental Communication -- Note -- References -- Chapter 2: A Line in the Bit-Sands -- A Stormy Bellwether of Economy vs. Environment1 -- Aims and Approach of This Study -- Critical Theory and Innis's Time and Space -- Research Methods -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3: Tarred and Feathered -- Creating the Documentary Screenplay -- Defining the Idea -- Gathering Stories (Data) -- Choosing the Format -- Choosing Voices -- Determining the World of the Story -- Crafting the Structure -- Shaping the Visual Style -- Seeding the Theme -- Whither the Project? -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4: Voices from the Visual Volley -- Creating the Audio-Visual Documentary Script -- Defining the Idea -- Gathering Stories (Data) -- Choosing the Format -- Choosing Voices -- Shaping the World, Visual Style and Soundscape of the Story -- Crafting the Structure -- Seeding the Theme -- Whither the Project? -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 5: War of the Wild Roses -- Cast (in order of appearance) -- Main Characters -- Walk-On Roles (doubled by main cast) -- Synopsis -- Prologue: Frogmore Mausoleum, London -- Scene 1: The Hereafter -- Scene 2: Lake Louise -- Scene 3: Chateau Lake Louise -- Scene 4: Calgary Skyscraper -- Scene 5: Queen Elizabeth II Highway1 -- Scene 6: Cowboy/Rigger Bar, QEII Highway -- Scene 7: Cowboy/Rigger Bar, Later -- Discussion of Play Script Synopsis and Sample Lyrics -- Defining the Idea -- Gathering Stories (Data) -- Choosing the Format -- Choosing Voices -- Determining the World of the Story -- Crafting the Structure -- Shaping the Visual Style.Seeding the Theme -- Whither the Project? -- Note -- References -- Chapter 6: Scripting Environmental Research -- Scriptwriting and Storytelling -- Defining the Idea -- Gathering Stories (Data) -- Choosing the Format -- Choosing Voices -- Determining the World of the Story -- Shaping the Visual Style -- Crafting the Structure -- Seeding the Theme -- Evaluating Arts-Based Research -- Parting Thoughts -- Note -- References -- Appendix: A Framework for Scripting Environmental Research -- Defining the Idea -- Gathering Stories (Data) -- Choosing the Format -- Choosing Voices (Participants/Characters) -- Determining the World of the Story -- Crafting the Structure -- Shaping the Visual Style -- Seeding the Theme -- Pitching My Script -- Evaluating My Script -- Logistical Considerations -- Reference -- About the Author -- Also by the Author -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films.;
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Baghdad ER [videorecording] : n HBO documentary film / by Alpert, Jon.(SAGE)1670291; HBO Documentary Films.(SAGE)2002946; Home Box Office (Firm)(SAGE)1732270;
An unforgettable look at the 86th Combat Support Hospital, which is the premier U.S. Army medical facility in Iraq. Watch as doctors and nurses fight to save lives of wounded soldiers on a frighteningly routine basis.TV-MA.DVD; region 1; widescreen; single-sided, DVD-5.
Subjects: Television programs.; Documentary television programs.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; Videodiscs.; DVD-Video discs.; United States. Army.; Iraq War, 2003-2011.; Helicopter ambulances; Health facilities; Military hospitals;
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A Journey Through Documentary Film [electronic resource]. by Dormehl, Luke.(SAGE)2059354;
Front Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Acknowledgements; Contents; Chapter 1: The Hammer and the Mirror: An Essay on Documentary and Truth; Chapter 2: A Note on Film Selection; Chapter 3: Essayistic Documentaries; Chapter 4: Participatory Documentaries; Chapter 5: Poetic-Experimental Documentaries; Chapter 6: Fly-on-the-wall Documentaries; Index; Back CoverFrom Nanook of the North to Exit Through the Gift Shop, an overview of nonfiction film history from the early pioneers to the directors dominating the field todayAs one of the most fascinating areas of filmmaking, documentaries have broken down societal taboos, changed legislation, strengthened and rocked entire governments, freed wrongly convicted prisoners, and taught us more about the world in which we live. This overview of documentary history takes readers from the early ""actualities"" of pioneering nonfiction filmmakers such as Robert J. Flaherty and John
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films -- History and criticism.; Documentary films;
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Eugene O'Neill [videorecording] : a documentary film / by Burns, Ric.(SAGE)1839954; Pacino, Al,1940-(SAGE)1780676; Caldwell, Zoe.(SAGE)1769778; Plummer, Christopher.(SAGE)1709914; Leonard, Robert Sean,1969-(SAGE)1956993; Thorne, Callie.(SAGE)1560190; Redgrave, Vanessa,1937-(SAGE)1794674; Neeson, Liam.(SAGE)1949745; Richardson, Natasha.(SAGE)1969466; Robards, Jason.(SAGE)1717093; PBS Home Video.(SAGE)1947360;
DVD, region 1, widescreen presentation; Dolby Digital.Written by, Arthur Gelb & Barbara Gelb and Ric Burns ; edited by, Li-Shin Yu; produced by, Marilyn Ness & Steve Rivo with Robin Espinola & Mary Recine; music by, Brian Keane.Voices by Al Pacino, Zoe Caldwell, Christopher Plummer, Robert Sean Leonard, Callie Thorne, Vanessa Redgrave, Liam Neeson, Natasha Richardson, and Jason Robards.Not rated.Eugene O'Neill was one of the greatest playwrights in American history. Through his experimental and emotionally probing dramas, he addressed the difficulties of human society with a deep psychological complexity.
Subjects: Documentary films.; Video recordings for the hearing impaired.; O'Neill, Eugene, 1888-1953.; Dramatists;
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Playing to the Camera : Musicians and Musical Performance in Documentary Cinema. by Cohen, Thomas.; Cohen, Thomas F.;
Intro -- Contents -- Preface -- Introduction: In Praise of Performance -- 1 Cool Jazz, Hot Jazz and Hard Bop on a Summer's Day -- 2 Wild Guitarists and Spastic Singers: Virtuosic Performance on Film -- 3 Direct Cinema, Rock's Public Persona and the Emergence of the Rock Star -- 4 Instrumental Technique and Facial Expression On Screen -- 5 Independent Cinema Meets Free Jazz: Shirley Clarke's Ornette: Made in America -- 6 'I'm Looking at Them and They're Looking at Me': Observation and Communication in Sex Pistols: Live at the Longhorn -- Conclusion: Simple Gestures and Smooth Spaces in Robert Cahen's Boulez-Repons -- Bibliography -- Index.Playing to the Camera is the first full-length study devoted to the musical performance documentary. Its scope ranges from music education films to punk rock concert films to experimental video art featuring modernist music. Unlike the music under' produced for movies by anonymous musicians sequestered in recording studios, on-screen live' performances remind us of the relation between music and the bodies that produce it. Leaving aside analysis of the film score to explore the link between moving images and musical movement as physical gesture, this volume asks why performance has so often been derided as a mere skill whereas composition is afforded the status of art, a question that opens onto a broader critique of attitudes regarding mental and physical labor in Western culture.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films - History and criticism.;
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Photopoetics at Tlatelolco : Afterimages of Mexico, 1968. by Steinberg, Samuel.;
Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films - Mexico - History - 20th century.;
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Documentary Films in India : Critical Aesthetics at Work. by Sharma, Aparna.;
Cover -- Half-Title -- Title -- Copyright -- Dedication -- Contents -- List of Figures -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction -- Part I -- 1 Constructing the Self, Constructing Others: David MacDougall's Observational Films on Institutions for Children in India -- 2 New Boys at the Doon School -- 3 Gandhi's Children -- Part II -- 4 An Arrested Eye: Trauma and Becoming in Desire Machine Collective's Documentary Installations -- 5 Passage -- 6 Residue -- Part III -- 7 A Turn Towards the Classical: the Documentaries of Kumar Shahani -- 8 The Bamboo Flute -- Epilogue -- Notes -- Bibliography -- Index.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2017. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Motion pictures-Asia.;
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Hanan Al-Cinema : Affections for the Moving Image. by Marks, Laura U.; Cubitt, Sean.; Malina, Roger F.;
Intro -- Contents -- Series Foreword -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 Cinematic Friendships -- 2 The Language of Terrorism -- 3 Arab Cinema Unfolds -- 4 Mohamed Soueid's Cinema of Immanence -- 5 Communism, Dream Deferred -- 6 Can Cinema Slow the Flow of Blood? -- 7 Asphalt Nomadism -- 8 Archival Romances -- 9 Hala Elkoussy -- 10 Hassan Khan -- 11 Mounir Fatmi -- 12 Algorithm, Decryption, Glitch -- 13 Images in Motion, from Haptic Vision to Networked Space -- 14 Sherif El Azma: A Cinema of Cruelty -- 15 What Can a Body Do? -- Distributors -- Notes -- Index.An examination of experimental cinema and media art from the Arabic-speaking world that explores filmmakers' creative and philosophical inventiveness in trying times.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Documentary films - Arab countries - History - 21st century.;
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Buying the war [videorecording] / by Moyers, Bill D.(SAGE)1708786; Hughes, Kathleen(SAGE)1957834; Rather, Dan(SAGE)1711181; Russert, Tim,1950-2008(SAGE)1959798; Simon, Bob,1941-2015.(SAGE)1852780; Isaacson, Walter(SAGE)1744411; Films Media Group(SAGE)1996584; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Public Affairs Television (Firm)(SAGE)1848616; WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.)(SAGE)1691929; McIntyre Media Limited.;
DVD-R: may not play properly on all machines.Camera, Kevin Cloutier ... [et al.] ; editor, Alison Amron.Host, Bill Moyers; Interviewees, Dan Rather, Tim Russert, Bob Simon, Walter Isaacson.Originally broadcast on television Apr. 25, 2007.Discusses how the Bush administration marketed and promoted the war in Iraq. Examines the media's role in disseminating the message of the government by reviewing the work of Knight Ridder reporters and interviews with Dan Rather (formerly of CBS Evening News), Tim Russert (Meet the Press), Bob Simon (60 Minutes), and Walter Isaacson (formerly of CNN).Ages: 14-Adult.
Subjects: Iraq War, 2003-2011; Documentary films; Historical films;
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