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The Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR) is one of the world’s major archives of research materials relating to the entertainment industry. It maintains over three hundred collections from outstanding playwrights, television and motion picture writers, producers, actors, designers, directors, and production companies. Materials preserved include historical records and personal papers; twenty thousand motion pictures, television shows, and videotapes; two million still photograp...



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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City in 1980.
Topics: Love Tapes, Love, Humanity, Mind and body, Emotions, Human Beings, Monologues, Thought and...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by O.W. Lamb
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Source 35 mm nitrate film Description A silent short, The Lumberjack was made locally in Wausau, Wisconsin and chronicles the courtship of a young couple from the city. The director of an itinerant film company, O.W. Lamb of the Paragon Feature Film Company of Omaha, Nebraska filmed this eighteen-minute, silent 35mm film in 1914. According to local newspapers and a 1982 documentary about the film, the entire cast was comprised of local citizens and features locations in and around Wausau. Genre...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, Wisconsin, romance, film, silent film, lumber industry,...
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City in 1980.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
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by Smith, Hartford, Jr.
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that addressed contemporary topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Detroit’s WDET, Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions on contemporary issues. T he series was distributed by the National Association of Broadcasters and made publicly available as part of...
Topics: radio, race, detroit, 1968
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Mayer, Harold; Lampell, Millard
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Source 16mm acetate film Call Number : CD 097-098 Description Documentary describing the history of the labor and civil rights movements in the first half of the twentieth century. The film uses a mixture of photographs, film excerpts, documentary footage, narration, voice acting, and folk music to capture the essence of labor and civil rights struggles. Topics addressed include: immigration from Europe, working conditions for children, labor strikes in the 1910s, World War I, the rise of the...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, film, labor unions, civil rights, documentary, sponsored...
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by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, Shirley Clarke,...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description The Angels of Light (by Shirley Clarke, Hibiscus, and Angel Jack). Some mad, merry, musical moments from tapes made at the Experimental TV Lab designed to reveal how that favorite form of American entertainment-the musical comedy-can be given a new and unique form when it is interfaced in a "live" video mix  with the possibilities of electronic color, chroma key, etc., to create some extraordinary, beautiful visual images. Content is...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, Angels of Light, Experimental...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Shirley Clarke, John Lennon,...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences r elated to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Radio Programs Contributions
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Shirley
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Shirley Clarke, John Lennon,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Shirley Clarke, John Lennon,...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought, thinking,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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The New York Tapes  project was  commissioned by The New-York Historical Society and documented the residents, places and members of the community including the New York Yankees, Coney Island, Central Park, an Irish pub, Lebanese and other Arab-Americans in Brooklyn, the Fulton Fish market, the Department of Sanitation, a housing project in Harlem and many more. Created by Wendy Clarke using techniques she pioneered on  The Love Tapes  project.
Topics: new york, immigrants, religion, coming to america, politics, culture, stages of life, NYC, New York...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, David Cort, Shirley Clarke,...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description A tape from Shirley Clarke's early experiments in video art, which resemble a personal autobiography. Segments of this tape were recorded off television. Notes on tape container: "1. Carl Lee on the Joe Franklin Show 2. Lions & Vultures in Africa." Genre Experimental; Video Art; Video Diary; Television Call Number VCA 496 Forms part of the Shirley Clarke papers, 1936-1983 Preserved by the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, video diary, Carl Lee, Shirley Clarke, Tee Pee...
Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
Radio Programs Contributions
by Smith, Hartford, Jr.
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences r elated to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Radio Programs Contributions
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Part one of an episode of All About TV hosted by Steve Scheuer. The topic is The Future of Television and the panelists include Shirley Clarke, filmmaker, Rene Berger, Director of the Museum of Fine Arts in Lausanne, Switzerland, and Vilem Flusser, Professor of Communications at the University of Sao Paulo. Described on the tape case as follows: "02/14/1974. All about TV panel show. Part 1 one. Flusser, Clarke, Berger, Scheuer." Genre...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, television, Shirley Clarke, Steve Scheuer, Rene Berger,...
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Source 35 mm nitrate film Description Home movie footage from about 1937-1938 including scenes of couples traveling on the "Cast Daylight" train of the Southern Pacific Railroad with footage of scenery, including the San Francisco/Oakland Bay Bridge. Also included are a group of men visiting Treasure Island, the site of the 1939 Golden Gate International Exposition. The reel concludes with footage of Madison, Wisconsin from 1943. Included are scenes of people on State Street, of the...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, film, silent film, California, San Francisco, Wisconsin,...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe,...
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by Harold Mayer Productions
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Source 16 mm Description Shows young people at work, on the street, voting, and in a variety of other situations. Stresses the importance of registering to vote and the significance of the youth vote in both local and national elections. Original rock score. Preservation History Tellin' the World was preserved through a National Film Preservation Foundation grant in 2019 Genre Public service announcement Collection Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, film, voting, public service announcement, young adults,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Shirley Clarke, Wendy...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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Flyer promoting Wendy Clarke's "Love Tapes" project at the World Trade Center (New York City) in 1980. 
Topics: love tapes, video
Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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The New York Tapes project was  commissioned by The New-York Historical Society and documented the residents, places and members of the community including the New York Yankees, Coney Island, Central Park, an Irish pub, Lebanese and other Arab-Americans in Brooklyn, the Fulton Fish market, the Department of Sanitation, a housing project in Harlem and many more. Created by Wendy Clarke using techniques she pioneered on  The Love Tapes  project.
Topics: new york, food, immigrants, religion, coming to america, politics, culture, stages of life, NYC,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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In 1995, Wendy Clarke used the  Love Tapes  format on a new project.  Growing Up Gay: The Out Tapes  was  made in collaboration with a psychologist Ralph Bruno. Together, they sought to create a space for reflections on sexuality and self-discovery outside of the language and frameworks of pathology. In this project, gay men and lesbians talk about when they knew they were gay/lesbian and how they came out to their family and friends. Parents also talked about how they felt when their...
Topics: LGBTQ, gay, lesbian, queer, love tapes, Pride, coming out, psychology, love, sex, sexuality,...
Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe,...
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by Clarke, Shirley
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description A tape from Shirley Clarke's early experiments in video art, which resemble a personal autobiography. Segments of this tape were recorded off television. Notes on tape container: "Yoko & John Party hold. Recycled with Paul Ryan's video tape. This is interesting beacuse of your showing Paul Ryan's tape. 1st part is home movie tape stuff at a party for John & Yoko." Genre Experimental; Video Art; Video Diary Call Number VCA 803...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, video diary, Shirley Clarke, John Lennon, Yoko...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences  related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City in 1980.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race, poverty
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race, education
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description The Angels of Light (by Shirley Clarke, Hibiscus, and Angel Jack). Some mad, merry, musical moments from tapes made at the Experimental TV Lab designed to reveal how that favorite form of American entertainment-the musical comedy-can be given a new and unique form when it is interfaced in a "live" video mix  with the possibilities of electronic color, chroma key, etc., to create some extraordinary, beautiful visual images. Content is...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, Angels of Light, Experimental...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne
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Source 16 mm Description Filmed between 1928 and 1930, this home movie from the collection of Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontane features shots of their home, Ten Chimneys, located in Genesee Depot, Wisconsin. The movie includes shots of guests; a 1930 Carroll College graduation when Alfred received an honorary degree; Peegie and Susie in newspaper dresses wandering on estate grounds, and Alfred and Lynn enjoying the outdoors accompanied by a dog. Genre Home movie Collection Wisconsin Center for Film...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, home movie, Wisconsin, Ten Chimneys, Genesee Depot,...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe,...
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Tee Pee Video Space Troupe
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe,...
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by Clarke, Shirley
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description A tape from Shirley Clarke's early experiments in video art, which resemble a personal autobiography. Notes on tape container: "A compilation tape of Shirley Clarke's films made on a portopak. Excerpts from: 1. "Cool World" projected on me. 2. My mother's 16mm films of us as children. 3. The Arrest Tape intercut with Duke's arrest. 4. Dance in the Sun." Genre Experimental; Video Art; Video Diary Call Number VCA 343 Forms part...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, video diary, Shirley Clarke
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences  related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, radio, documentary, detroit, race
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought, thinking,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by Clarke, Wendy
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Participants face the camera in an enclosed space and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke's Love Tapes  series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City in 1980. 
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research
by United Productions and sponsored by the Wisconsin State Journal
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Source 35 mm film Description  A circa 1933 Hal Roach pastiche that follows the very simple chase film format popularized decades before in early cinema. Madison children stage an attack on an “Eat-More Ice Cream” man, who turns the tables on his aggressors, chasing the kids through the historic streets of Mansion Hill and then past a string of local businesses (Wadham's Greasing Pagoda, the Olympic Restaurant, the Capital Arcade, Sweet's Food Shop, Madison Cafeteria, Hult-Capitol Garage,...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, film, silent film, Wisconsin, Madison, local business,...
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by Clarke, Shirley
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Escalator Over the Hill (or EOTH) is mostly referred to as a jazz opera, but it was released as a "chronotransduction" with "words by Paul Haines, adaptation and music by Carla Bley, production and coordination by Michael Mantler", performed by the Jazz Composer's Orchestra. It was recorded over three years (1968 to 1971). This footage was shot by Shirley Clarke, and is described on the tape case as follows: "Shirley...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description 1972 visit to Sarah Lawrence University by Shirley Clarke. This footage was shot by Shirley Clarke, and is described on the tape case as follows: "SARAH LAWRENCE VISIT, also: part of "The Connection" an Elvis move & Carousel off TV." Call Number VCA 435 Forms part of the Shirley Clarke papers, 1936-1983 Preserved by the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR)
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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by Clarke, Wendy
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Part of Wendy Clarke's New York Tapes project. 
Topics: new york, immigrants, religion, coming to america, politics, culture, stages of life, NYC, New York...
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Participants face the camera and talk about their feelings, thoughts, and experiences related to love for exactly three minutes. Part of video artist Wendy Clarke’s Love Tape series. These videos were created outside the World Trade Center buildings in New York City.
Topics: love tapes, love, emotions, feeling, humanity, human beings, monologues, mind and body, thought,...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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Source 1/2 inch videotape Description   Notes from video box: June 1971. Vertical -2-. !. Lazer burn alone on tube (hold). 2. Joan ... (hold) Lionel Rogosin. 4. Horizontal no lazer. Andy Mann visits on his birthday (hold). Genre Experimental Collection Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research Collection  
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description The Annual Avant Garde Festival of New York was an annual event that began in 1963 as an open forum for the emerging experimental music scene in New York City. Shirley Clarke participated in the 8th annual event with her pioneering video installation, "Video Ferris Wheel." This footage was shot by Shirley Clarke, and is described on the tape case as follows: "The first trip of the ferris wheel. I tape myself on way there." Call...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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by Learning Corporation of America; John H. Secondari Productions, Ltd.
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Source: 16mm projection print Call number: CD 133 Description: This contrasting study of farm life in Wisconsin and southeastern Hungary follows one family in each rural area through a daily routine. The American family owns its own farm; the Hungarian family is part of a cooperative. Members of the families comment on how their farms operate and what they find satisfying in their lives. Fundamental differences in attitudes and the organization of the farms are explored are explored in light of...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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Seeds of Discontent was a 1968 radio documentary series that explored discontented social groups and organizations attempting to improve their conditions in American society. Created by Hartford Smith, Jr. and Wayne State University’s WDET in Detroit, the series addressed topics including race relations, civil rights, poverty, youth, and crime. Smith’s connections with the community as a social worker allowed him to record hours of interviews with people about their lives and their opinions...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
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Source 1/2 inch open reel videotape Description Sometime in 1971 Shirley Clarke conceived of a group of artists, known as the Tee Pee Video Space Troupe, drawn from the full compass of disciplines, who would develop new skills for a new art. She appropriated the model of the jazz ensemble: videographers would improvise, trading images back and forth. Tee Pee members included Wendy Clarke (Shirley’s daughter), Bruce Ferguson, Shridhar Bapat, Susan Milano, Elsa Morse, DeeDee Halleck; and...
Topics: wisconsincenterforfilmandtheaterresearch, video art, installation art, Tee Pee Video Space Troupe,...