“An hour of wonderful discovery.” New York Daily News “It’s a tour-de-force. …a pioneer undertaking -- the first television program to present a broad revaluation of the life and work of a forgotten American cultural figure of the first importance.” Robert Offergeld, Music Historian Featuring Philippe Entremont and the New Orleans Symphony 60 minutes, color. Award of Merit, American Association for State & Local History highest honor.
A TOUCH OF GENIUS THE LIFE & TIMES OF NICOLAS SLONIMSKY
“An inventive look at the 100 year old Russian born American composer, Nicolas Slonimsky, conductor, biographer, on a return visit to St. Petersburg to celebrate his birthday.” Narrated by Michael York. Filmed in St. Petersburg, Russia and Los Angeles. 60 minutes, color. Premiered at the Museum of Contempory Art, Los Angeles, Broadcast on PBS.
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ANSEL ADAMS PHOTOGRAPHER
“The perfect television profile. It is one of those rare instances when the artistry of those behind the camera is equal to that of the subject.” San Francisco Chronicle. “This is a valuable historic document.” The New York Times. “An enlightening, enjoyable, sumptuously photographed one hour biography.” The Washington Post 60 minutes, color. DVD, Awards: Cine Golden Eagle, San Francisco Film Festival, American Film Festival Available exclusively through the Ansel Adams Gallery