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  • [Love Family 9: Seattle]

    [Love Family 9: Seattle]

    Footage of the Love Family in their home in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle, including discussions with leader Love Israel about the group and with a family member about romantic relationships.

  • [Toni Morrison 2]

    [Toni Morrison 2]

    An interview with author Toni Morrison in 1979 about her life, work, and philosophy.

  • [Toni Morrison 6]

    [Toni Morrison 6]

    An interview with author Toni Morrison in 1979 about her life, work, and philosophy.

  • [Desire: Julie’s Mother 3]

    [Desire: Julie’s Mother 3]

    Videomaker Julie Gustafson and her teenaged subject/collaborator Cassandra Swaing record a conversation between Julie and her mother after showing her footage from the documentary Desire in which Julie discusses her own life, including her marriage and her abortions.

  • [Desire: Julie’s Mother 1]

    [Desire: Julie’s Mother 1]

    Videomaker Julie Gustafson and her teenaged subject/collaborator Cassandra Swaing show Julie’s mother footage from the documentary Desire, featuring Cassandra (as well as Cassandra’s own videos), in which Julie discusses her own life, including her marriage and her abortions.

  • Home: A Documentary About Four Families (Part IV)

    Home: A Documentary About Four Families (Part IV)

    The fourth and final sequence of Julie Gustafson and John Reilly’s documentary HOME which portrays a young man who gives up his job to care for his terminally-ill mother in her home. He sums up a mejor theme of the video: “she has never turned her back on anybody, so why should I?” Co-produced by the Television Laboratory of WNET and aired on public television in 1979. Tom Shales of THE WASHINGTON POST wrote, “HOME has immediacy and impact possible with no other medium but television, and an inquisitive compassion that turns cold video images warm and real.” Originally shot in 3/4″ Color and B&W video. See HOME Parts1-3 on Media Burn at https://mediaburn.org/video/home-pt-1-of-2/

  • Home: A Documentary About Four Families (Parts I-III)

    Home: A Documentary About Four Families (Parts I-III)

    Through eloquent portrayals of four different life experiences—birth, aging, marriage, and the death of a parent—HOME explores the changing social dynamic of American families during the 20th century as many life events and roles begin to shift from homes to institutions. The tape opens with the birth of a baby, not in the sterile atmosphere of a hospital, but in a home-like clinic staffed by midwives. The second portrait focuses on a widow growing old in a nursing home, who is disappointed because her adult children have no time or room for her in their homes. The third celebrates the marriage of two divorcees that hope a traditional wedding will fortify their union. The final sequence portrays a young man who gives up his job to care for his terminally-ill mother in her home. He sums up a major theme of HOME: “she has never turned her back on anybody, so why should I?” Co-produced by the Television Laboratory of WNET and aired on public television in 1979. Critic Tom Shales of THE WASHINGTON POST said, “HOME has immediacy and impact possible with no other medium but television, and an inquisitive compassion that turns cold video images warm and real.” Originally shot in ¾” Color and B & W Video. See the final sequence, HOME Part 4 at https://mediaburn.org/video/home-pt-2-of-2/

  • [Kenneth and Elise Boulding]

    [Kenneth and Elise Boulding]

    This tape is raw footage of an interview with academics Kenneth and Elise Boulding. The topics include: and brief recollections of Albert Einstein.

 
 
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