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Screening Room: Richard P. Rogers

EE.UU.| Experimental / Documental| 1975|75 minutos
Título original: Screening Room: Richard P. Rogers
Dirección: Robert Gardner, Richard P. Rogers
Intérpretes: Robert Gardner, Richard P. Rogers
Idioma: Inglés Subtítulos: No
Formato: DVD-R

Richard P. Rogers (1944-2001) was a renowned producer and director of nonfiction films, and a gifted teacher and mentor who taught filmmaking and photography for many years at S.U.N.Y., Purchase, and at Harvard University, where he was director of the Film Study Center. His films range from political to experimental and self-reflective, and include the independent documentaries Living at Risk and Pictures from a Revolution, about Nicaragua; an award-winning portrait made for PBS of the poet William Carlos Williams; and a dramatic adaptation of Laurel Thatcher Ulrich's book A Midwife's Tale.

In June 1975, Richard Rogers appeared on Screening Room to show and discuss:

  • National Anthem (full film)
  • Quarry (full film)
  • Moving Pictures: The Art of Jan Lenica (excerpt)
  • Elephants: Fragments in an Argument (full film)