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  • Spring training is here!

    Spring training is here!

    We had a productive week thanks to our five University of Michigan School of Information graduate students. We have a lot to tell you about… coming soon! We also had a great time sharing our experiences with our colleagues at the Society for Cinema and Media Studies Conference last weekend in Chicago. Plus, our video projections at the Screen Test party at Gallery 400 were a hit! Tom Colley, Sara Chapman, Carolyn Faber, Nancy Watrous Now, off to Florida 1978, where […]

  • [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #40]

    [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #40]

    Raw footage for the documentary “Veeck: A Man For Any Season.” Bill Veeck talks about politics, including his feelings on Nixon and Vietnam, in his Hyde Park home.

  • [Wired In 6 minute video demo]

    [Wired In 6 minute video demo]

    The tape features a demo for the television show “Wired In.” While the program never actually came to fruition, the footage and demos put together are an interesting look into the the technological trends and innovations of the 1980s.

  • 1962 Veecks

    1962 Veecks

    This tape features footage from an interview with the Bill Veeck Family in 1962. Bill Gordon and Dorothy Fuldheim of WEWS-TV Channel 5 in Cleveland travel to the Eastern shore of Maryland to interview the Veeck family. Gordon and Fuldheim were co-hosts of “The One O’Clock Club” at the time.

  • [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #39]

    [Veeck: A Man For Any Season raw #39]

    Raw footage for the documentary “Veeck: A Man For Any Season.” This tape features footage of Bill Veeck at his Hyde Park home, talking about racial integration.

  • [Wrigley Field B-roll]

    [Wrigley Field B-roll]

    Footage inside Wrigley Field shot for the documentary Veeck: A Man For Any Season.

  • Bartholomew “Whoops” and the Bad, Bad Ball

    Bartholomew “Whoops” and the Bad, Bad Ball

    A part animated, part live action short from Tom Palazzolo about Bartholomew “Whoops,” a young “Chi-cargo Cups” fan who accidentally ruins his favorite team’s attempt to make it to the World Series.

  • Only the Ball Was White

    Only the Ball Was White

    A documentary about the Negro Baseball Leagues of the early to mid twentieth century. A slew of Hall of Fame African-American players are interviewed, showcasing the triumphs, trials, and tribulations of black baseball. Narrated by Paul Winfield.

 
 
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