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  • [Studs Terkel with Dave Marsh, part 3] – [The 90’s street ids]

    [Studs Terkel with Dave Marsh, part 3] – [The 90’s street ids]

    Continuation of raw footage of Studs Terkel with music critic Dave Marsh on WFMT, who is promoting his new book “The Heart Of Rock & Soul: The 1001 Greatest Singles Ever Made.” Terkel plays clips from Marsh’s list of the greatest rock singles ever made while Marsh explains their deep connections to society and culture. (Note: while music is playing, their dialogue is inaudible.)

  • Image Union, episode 0005: Chicago Workers and Their Struggles

    Image Union, episode 0005: Chicago Workers and Their Struggles

    Labor/work-focused compilation episode of Image Union, hosted by Studs Terkel. It features several segments from the Illinois Labor History Society, “It’s a Living: When I Was a Worker Like LaVerne” by Skip Blumberg and Jane Aaron, “Uno Mas” by Mike Torro, Iris Bruno, and Jose Claudio, “Packingtown U.S.A. by William Adelman,” and “Winnie Wright, Age 11” and “Trick Bag” by Kartemquin Films.

  • [Rostenkowski raw #114]

    [Rostenkowski raw #114]

    Raw footage from the 1981 documentary “Rostenkowski,” a portrait of House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dan Rostenkowski, a powerful figure in Chicago (and national) politics. Rostenkowski acts as Speaker Pro Tempore of the House in this footage that appears to have been taped off-air. Good footage of the very formal House voting protocol. Rostenkowski acts as an efficient ringleader over the strict rubrics. Throughout the video, you can hear another individual feeding Rostenkowski what to say to the Representatives as they address the House.

  • [Rostenkowski raw #206]

    [Rostenkowski raw #206]

    Raw footage from the 1981 documentary “Rostenkowski,” a portrait of House Ways and Means Committee Chairman Dan Rostenkowski, a powerful figure in Chicago (and national) politics. This tape is a continuation of a rally for Rostenkowski in the field house in Chicago’s Pulaski Park (which sits in Rostenkowski’s district on Chicago’s northwest side). Rostenkowski introduces Richard M. Daley, who is running for Illinois State’s Attorney. In his introduction, Rostenkowski says that Daley was not supported by the Rostenkowski organization, but he won anyway. Rostenkowski now supports Daley. Daley gives a classically unpolished, somewhat sprawling speech in which he promises to crack down on crime and collect overdue property taxes if elected to the office of State’s Attorney.

  • [Vito Marzullo raw #28]

    [Vito Marzullo raw #28]

    Raw tape #28 for Vito Marzullo documentary. Vito at home #3. Continuation of interview from a different angle. The colors on the video look very strange until after eight minutes, when the camera person resets the white balance. In this lively tape, the Marzullos denounce the local news media and address the many accusations launched at the alderman.

  • [Vito Marzullo raw #1]

    [Vito Marzullo raw #1]

    Raw tape #1 for Vito Marzullo documentary. Footage from the 1978 Democratic Party Dinner in Chicago, a reception for then-President Jimmy Carter. This tape is mostly pre-dinner, with Marzullo greeting friends and acquaintances and the official guests being announced. Audio only!

  • Image Union, episode 0815

    Image Union, episode 0815

    Image Union episode featuring highlights from the 1985 National Video Festival, presented by the American Film Institute and sponsored by Sony Corporation of America. The program includes work from Jonathan Borofsky and Gary Glassman, Saundra Sharp, and Jean-Luc Godard.

  • Image Union, episode 1112

    Image Union, episode 1112

    Compilation episode from Image Union featuring six videos. Videographers include Marcy Lynn, Maggie Annerio and Suzanne Zach, Barbara Freeman Bell, Stan Hughes, Blair Holmes, and D.A. Pennebaker. The focus of the videos vary between experimental, animation, and documentary.

 
 
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