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At the beginning of WWII, Liviu, a Romanian count, and his wife Julia come to live on an uninhabited tropical island, where they hope to escape the war and their past. This 1970's classic was directed by acclaimed Mexican filmmaker, Arturo Ripstein, and stars Oscar-nominated actors, Charlotte Rampling, Peter O'Toole,…
Dear Mr. Watterson - The Era of Calvin & Hobbes
Calvin & Hobbes dominated the Sunday comics in thousands of newspapers for over 10 years, having a profound effect on millions of readers across the globe. When the strip's creator, Bill Watterson, retired the strip on New Year's Eve in 1995, devoted readers everywhere felt the void left by the…
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Edward Herman and Noam Chomsky overturn one of the dominant myths in our political culture - the notion that mainstream media have a liberal bias. Drawing on extensive empirical research, they reveal that in actuality the news media have become so subordinated to corporate interests that they are far to…
Sports Reporting for Television & Radio
Take students into the Broadcast Booth, production Trailer & on the field, for a realistic, close-up look at the work done by reporters, play-by-play announcers, sports anchors & sports broadcast producers. This program is designed for students who want careers in sports announcing, sports journalism or for those who want…
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Country Editor
The editor of a country town newspaper frequently is a 'one-man-band': he writes the editorials, covers the sports, obtains the advertisements, takes the photographs, sets it all up in type, and finally, prints the paper. Through this process the film provides insight into life in an outback area of Central…
Reflections on Media Ethics - Morals, Ethics and Values
Reflections On Media Ethics is a 25 minute documentary addressing the topic of morals, ethics and values, with an emphasis on the media industry. While the topic of "ethics" dates back to the days of Aristotle, "media ethics" and issues such as: representation of underserved and vulnerable populations, privacy, and…
Manga Mad - Comics and Anime in Japan
Comics and anime are the biggest pop culture in Japan. Manga are for adults, not only children. Politicians, office ladies and salarymen read them. Racy sexual and violent fantasies, beyond censorship, are given free reign in the world of manga. Obsessive fans are called Otaku. Electric town, Akihabara, Tokyo, comic…
Funny Ladies: A Portrait of Women Cartoonists
WHY are so few women in the comics pages? That question becomes even more provocative as we watch four smart and witty role models -- Cathy Guisewite, Nicole Hollander, Lynda Barry and "Brenda Starr's" Dale Messick -- share their creative process. Viewers will find themselves looking at the comics, and…
Parade
For his final film, Jacques Tati takes his camera to the circus, where the director himself serves as master of ceremonies. Though it features many spectacles, including clowns, jugglers, acrobats, contortionists, and more, Parade also focuses on the spectators, making this stripped-down work a testament to the communion between audience…
Media Literacy: Media Ethics
Part of the Series: Media Literacy Collection
This program focuses on those who work as media professionals whether they are public relations specialists, journalists, photojournalists, advertising executives, newspaper editors or camera operators. In the media it's not just about what we say but what we show and how we show it. Visuals, whether they are video, photos,…
Great Power, Great Responsibility
Part of the Series: Superheroes
In the 1960s, a new breed of superhero emerges in the pages of Marvel Comics, inspired by the age of atomic energy and space travel and, in turn, inspiring the pop culture and Pop artists of the time. Spider-Man, the Hulk, and others are the first to have "problems" with…