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  • Channel Zero: Planet Street

    Channel Zero: Planet Street

    This Canadian program is self-described as a video magazine that brings the MTV aesthetic–quick cuts, stylized imagery, skewed camera angles, music–to intellectual and educational programming. The show focuses on liberal and human rights issues such as media control, poor conditions for blacks in South Africa, etc.

  • [Studs Terkel on sports, part 1]

    [Studs Terkel on sports, part 1]

    This is the first half of an interview with Studs Terkel on the golden age of baseball. Various subjects in the footage include: the Black Sox Scandal, Bill Veeck, and Babe Ruth.

  • [Studs Terkel on sports, part 2]

    [Studs Terkel on sports, part 2]

    This is the second half of a 1996 interview Studs Terkel on the golden age of baseball and prominent sports figures of the 1930s.

  • Breaking Conventions

    A documentary focusing on the demonstrations surrounding the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego, CA. Several segments covering demonstrations, both in support of and opposition to the Republican platform are covered with camcorders. Segments are separated by an intro from Pat Payne. Some demonstrations include: A Christian Coalition rally, a Union De Barrio (Hispanic rights group) rally, a biker rally in support of Bob Dole (1996 Republican Presidential Nominee), a Republicans for the Environment rally, a Republican for Choice march, and an anti-Pat Buchanan rally.

  • [BCDC promotional video]

    Bruce Campbell assembles a promotional tape for his company, Bruce Campbell Development Company, in order to solicit funds. Campbell highlights his past work and celebrity connections in his trademark offbeat style. At the time of this tape, he was attempting to begin film adaptations of Kurt Vonnegut’s “Breakfast of Champions” and Rita Mae Brown’s “Rubyfruit Jungle.”

  • Gene Tencza

    Gene Tencza

    Tom Weinberg, John Callaway, and Skip Blumberg go to Orange, Massachusetts to interview Gene Tencza for “None of the Above,” a program featuring discussions with non-voters. This tape, however, is not the raw footage for the actual tape, it is Tom’s documentation of the trip.

  • [Gene Tencza #2]

    Tom Weinberg, John Callaway, and Skip Blumberg go to Orange, Massachusetts to interview Gene Tencza for “None of the Above”, a program featuring discussions with non-voters. This tape, however, is not the raw footage for the actual tape, it is Tom’s documentation of the trip.

  • Riverside Pictures

    Riverside Pictures

    Ice-fishing, radio, guy with camera

 
 
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