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Amos Vogel papers, 1896-2001, bulk 1960-1990

Series III: Writings, 1896-1996

Series III is comprised of Amos Vogel's writings in the form of manuscripts, lectures, essays, articles, and short-stories. The majority of the texts exist in multiple drafts, both typed and handwritten. Also included in this series are speeches Vogel gave at film events and lectures from his classes at various New York universities.

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Subseries III.1: Manuscripts, 1896-1979

Amos Vogel published his first book,Film as a Subversive Art, in 1974. Financial records, correspondence with the publishing house, research material, notes and stills (used and rejected) from the book are held in this subseries. There is one copy of the German translation in this subseries as well. Also included is material related to an unrealized book project entitledThe Second Rape of the Marquise de O. This book was to be a critical analysis of Erich Romer's film based on the book by Heinrich von Kleist. Documents related to this project consist primarily of research notes written by Vogel, articles about Kleist in general, and the film, in particular, and drafts of proposals for funding.


Film as a Subversive Art , 1974



Box 105 Folder 5 Complimentary Copies, 1975


Box 105 Folder 6 Correspondence, 1975


Box 105 Folder 7 to 8 Falkus, Christopher, 1971-1973, (2 Folders)


Box 105 Folder 9 German Edition--Correspondence, 1978-1979


Box 105 Folder 10 German Edition--Manuscript, 1979


Box 105 Folder 11 Interviews, 1973-1975



Box 106 Folder 1 to 2 Loomis, Robert, 1974-1976, (2 Folders)


Box 106 Folder 3 to 4 Martin, Jonathan, 1971-1973, (2 Folders)


Box 106 Folder 5 Notes, 1974-1975


Box 106 Folder 6 Potential Reviewers, 1975



Box 147 Proof with Annotations, 1975



Box 106 Folder 7 Publishing Bills, undated, 1973


Box 106 Folder 8 Second Edition, [1970s]


Rejected Stills


Box 106 Folder 9 Generals, 1970s


Box 106 Folder 10 Correspondence, 1972-1973


Box 106 Folder 11 Worldview, 1950s-1970s


Box 106 Folder 12 Russia, undated, 1926-1929, 1945, 1926-1929, 1945



Box 107 Folder 1 Expressionism: The Cinema of Unrest, 1933-1971


Box 107 Folder 2 Surrealism: The Cinema of Shock, 1928-1971


Box 107 Folder 3 Dada and Pop: Anti-Art?, 1924-1965


Box 107 Folder 4 The Comic Tradition, 1918-1960


Box 107 Folder 5 The Destruction of Time and Space, 1903-1943


Box 107 Folder 6 The Destruction of Plot and Narrative, undated, 1959-1964, undated, 1959-1964


Box 107 Folder 7 The Assault on Montage, undated, 1960-1964, undated, 1960-1964


Box 107 Folder 8 The Camera Moves, 1927-1972


Box 107 Folder 9 Minimal Cinema, undated, 1959, undated, 1959


Box 107 Folder 10 Straining towards the Limits, undated, 1955-1971, undated, 1955-1971


Box 107 Folder 11 The West: Rebels, Maoists, and the New Godard, 1933-1971


Box 107 Folder 12 Subversion in Eastern Europe: Aesopian Metaphors, 1965-1971


Box 107 Folder 13 The Third World: A New Cinema, undated, 1967-1971, undated, 1967-1971


Box 107 Folder 14 East Germany: Against the West, undated


Box 107 Folder 15 The Terribly Poetry of Nazi Cinema, undated, 1938-1940, undated, 1938-1940


Box 107 Folder 16 Secrets and Revelations, 1928-1972


Box 107 Folder 17 [A, Most Desirable], 1943-1972


Box 107 Folder 18 The Attack on Puritanism: Nudity, undated, 1955-1971, undated, 1955-1971


Box 107 Folder 19 The End of Sexual Taboos: Erotic and Pornographic Cinema, 1896, 1929-1970, 1896, 1929-1970



Box 108 Folder 1 The End of Sexual Taboos: Homosexuality and Other Variants, 1925-1970


Box 108 Folder 2 Death:, 1948-1972


Box 108 Folder 3 The Attack on God: Blasphemy and Anti-clericalism, 1928-1971


Box 108 Folder 4 Trance and Witchcraft, 1916-1970


Box 108 Folder 5 Counterculture and Avant-Garde, 1935-1970


Used Stills

See also Series VII, Box 151


Box 108 Folder 6 General, 1929-1973


Box 108 Folder 7 Copies, undated


Box 108 Folder 8 The World View of Subversive Cinema, 1955-1970


Box 108 Folder 9 The Revolutionary Film Avant-Garde in Soviet Russia, 1928-1966


Box 108 Folder 10 Expressionism: The Cinema of Unrest, 1920-1971


Box 108 Folder 11 Surrealism: The Cinema of Shock, 1929-1964


Box 108 Folder 12 Dada and Pop: Anti-Art?, undated, 1965-1967, undated, 1965-1967


Box 108 Folder 13 The Comic Tradition, undated, 1947, undated, 1947


Box 108 Folder 14 The Destruction of Time and Space, 1943-1963


Box 108 Folder 15 The Destruction of Plot and Narrative, undated, 1960-1969, undated, 1960-1969


Box 108 Folder 16 The Assault on Montage, 1967, [1980], 1967, [1980]


Box 108 Folder 17 Minimal Cinema, 1896, 1952-1972, 1896, 1952-1972


Box 108 Folder 18 Straining towards the Limits, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 19 The West: Rebels, Maoists, and the New Godard, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 20 Subversion in Eastern Europe: Aesopian Metaphors, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 21 The Third World: A New Cinema, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 22 East Germany: Against the West, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 23 The Terrible Poetry of Nazi Cinema, 1920-1972


Box 108 Folder 24 Assorted Secrets, Revelations, and Seditions, 1920-1972



Box 109 Folder 1 The Power of the Visual Taboo, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 2 The Attack on Puritanism: Nudity, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 3 The End of Sexual Taboos: Erotic and Pornographic Cinema, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 4 The End of Sexual Taboos: Homosexuality and Other Variants, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 5 The First Mystery: Birth, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 6 Death, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 7 Concentration Camp, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 8 The Attack on God: Blasphemy and Anti-clericalism, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 9 Trance and Tears, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 10 Counterculture and Avant-Garde, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 11 The Subversion of Subversion, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 12 The Eternal Subversion, 1920-1972


Box 109 Folder 13 Weidenfeld, 1975


The Second Rape of the Marquise de O


Box 109 Folder 14 Acknowledgements, [197-]


Box 109 Folder 15 Advance Publicity of Excerpts, 1970


Box 109 Folder 16 Advertising Campaign, 1976


Box 109 Folder 17 Atmosphere/Ambiance


Box 109 Folder 18 Bibliographic Research, 1978


Box 109 Folder 19 Bibliography, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 20 Blow-Ups, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 21 Camera, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 22 Conclusions Drawn by Amos Vogel, undated, 1979, undated, 1979


Box 109 Folder 23 Cover, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 24 Credits for Film, 1976


Box 109 Folder 25 Dartmouth Symposium, 1977


Box 109 Folder 26 Décor/Sets, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 27 Description of People, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 28 Dialog and Text, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 29 First Paragraph, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 30 Fotos [sic], 1976


Box 109 Folder 31 Funding Sources for Book Research Grants, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 32 Happy/Positive Events, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 33 Intertitles, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 34 Introduction with Hypothesis, 1970s


Box 109 Folder 35 Introduction to Novella, undated, 1960, undated, 1960


Box 109 Folder 36 Irony and Humor-Comedy or Tragedy?, 1970s


Kleist


Box 109 Folder 37 General, 1979



Box 110 Folder 1 to 3 Articles, 1961-1977, (3 Folders)


Box 110 Folder 4 His Worldview, 1977


Box 110 Folder 5 The Man-His Life, 1976


Box 110 Folder 6 Melodramatic Events, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 7 Novella as Such: Meaning, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 8 Novella--German and English, 1978


Box 110 Folder 9 Omissions and Additions, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 10 Paintings as Prototypes, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 11 Print Quality, 1970s


Prospectus


Box 110 Folder 12 Earliest Version, 1978


Box 110 Folder 13 Guggenheim Version, 1978


Box 110 Folder 14 Latest Version, 1979


Box 110 Folder 15 Publishers, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 16 Punctuation, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 17 Rape, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 18 Reprinting Rights, 1978


Box 110 Folder 19 Reviews, 1976-1977


Box 110 Folder 20 Rhythm, 1970s


Box 110 Folder 21 Rohmer--The Director, 1976


Box 110 Folder 22 Rohmer--Intent, 1976



Box 111 Folder 1 Steenbeck Analysis, 1976-1977


Box 111 Folder 2 Structure of Book, 1977-1978


Box 111 Folder 3 Style, 1970s


Box 111 Folder 4 Subtitles, 1976


Box 111 Folder 5 Synopsis of Story, 1976


Box 111 Folder 6 Title, 1978


Box 111 Folder 7 Trailer for Film, 1976


Box 111 Folder 8 Translation as Such, 1970s


Box 111 Folder 9 Unconscious and Its Role, 1970s


Box 111 Folder 10 World Order References, 1970s


Subseries III.2: Lectures and Speeches, 1957-1994

This small subseries holds speeches written by Amos Vogel for notable film events, such as the American Film Institute's Maya Deren event and the Pacific Film Archive's film conference. Lectures given at a range of academic institutions are also held here. Note that these lectures were conducted on a one-time basis. Semester-long academic lectures are found in Subseries III.3.



Box 146 Folder 18 General, undated, 1995



Box 111 Folder 11 Alternative Cinema Conference, 1979


Box 111 Folder 12 American Film Awards: Maya Deren Award, 1987


Box 111 Folder 13 American Library Association--New Technologies, 1980 June


Box 111 Folder 14 Amos Vogel Colloquium, undated


Box 111 Folder 15 "Artist and Peace," 1957?-1960 ?, 1957?


Box 111 Folder 16 Berlin Speech, undated, 1999


Box 111 Folder 17 Columbia University, 1977 April


Box 111 Folder 18 Connecticut Center for Continuing Education, 1976


Box 111 Folder 19 COVA Conference on Herzog, 1978


Box 111 Folder 20 "Cultural Gap and Future,", 1970


Box 111 Folder 21 Denison University, 1986 January


EFLA


Box 111 Folder 22 "Political Cinema,", 1971 November


Box 111 Folder 23 "Film as Art,", 1975


Box 111 Folder 24 "Film as Art,", 1976


Box 111 Folder 25 "Film as Art,", 1980


Box 111 Folder 26 "Exhibiting Independent Films,", 1971


Box 111 Folder 27 Free Time (Channel 13 Television Show), 1971 May


Box 111 Folder 28 German Symposium, 1991 January 15


Box 111 Folder 29 Hampshire College, 1980 April


Box 111 Folder 30 Harvard Speech, 1977 May


Box 111 Folder 31 Introduction to Shadows and Pull My Daisy , undated


Box 111 Folder 32 Makavajev Talk at Eastern European Film Festival, 1986


Box 111 Folder 33 National Endowment for the Arts Panel, 1983-1984


Box 111 Folder 34 New York Film Council--"Film as a Subversive Art," [1974-1975]



Box 112 Folder 1 New York Filmvideo Council, 1984 September 20


Box 112 Folder 2 New York Filmvideo Council--"Pioneers,", 1985 February 21


Box 112 Folder 3 New York Nonprofit Film Exhibitors, 1987 January


Box 112 Folder 4 Northwest Film and Video Festival, 1981 April


Box 112 Folder 5 Pacific Film Archive--"Cinema 16,", 1990 April 17


Box 112 Folder 6 Pacific Film Archive--"Film as a Subversive Art,", 1990 April 18


Box 112 Folder 7 Pesaro Festival of Independent Cinema, 1991


Box 112 Folder 8 Portland, 1980


Box 112 Folder 9 Pro-Seminar, 1978-1979


Box 112 Folder 10 Reel Philadelphia, 1980 October


Box 112 Folder 11 Right-Wing Propaganda, 1971 March 30


Box 112 Folder 12 Sarah Lawrence College, 1978 October 21


Box 112 Folder 13 "Social Realism and Avant-Garde,", 1989


Box 112 Folder 14 Temple University, 1972


Box 112 Folder 15 "Time, Space, and Truth in Cinema,", 1974 April


Box 112 Folder 16 Trenton--Bucks County Community College, 1982 December 13


Box 112 Folder 17 Tyler School of Arts, 1985 February 6


Box 112 Folder 18 "Victims and Survivors,", undated


Box 112 Folder 19 Wisconsin University, 1984 May 2


Box 112 Folder 20 Wolfgang Staudte Award Ceremony, 1994


Subseries III.3: Academic Courses, 1951-1995

Subseries 3 consists primarily of documents relating to courses that Amos Vogel taught at the Annenberg School of Communication at the University of Pennsylvania. Each course section contains the syllabi of films to be screened as well as assignments, podium notes, including the timing for screening the films, printed material, such as flyers and bulletins advertising the courses, and Vogel's own class notes. These last documents are especially salient as they illuminate Vogel's thought process and illustrate one way that film courses can develop over a semester. There is a small amount of material from courses Vogel taught at New York University, the New School, and other unnamed academic institutions.


Box 112 Folder 21 Annenberg--General, 1990-1992


Box 112 Folder 22 Annenberg Cinemathique, 1974-1979


Box 112 Folder 23 Annenberg 220, 1976--Printed Material


Annenberg 220, 1978



Box 113 Folder 1 Session I, 1978-1983


Box 113 Folder 2 Session II, 1978-1989


Box 113 Folder 3 Session III, 1978-1985


Box 113 Folder 4 Session IV, 1978-1985


Box 113 Folder 5 to 6 Session V, 1978-1990, (2 Folders)



Box 114 Folder 1 Session XII, 1978


Annenberg 220--"World View,", 1980


Box 114 Folder 2 Session I through III, 1980


Box 114 Folder 3 to 4 Session VI, 1980-1986, (2 Folders)


Box 114 Folder 5 Session VII, 1980-1990


Box 114 Folder 6 Session VIII, 1980-1989



Box 115 Folder 1 Session IX, 1980-1988


Box 115 Folder 2 Session X and XI, 1980-1983


Box 115 Folder 3 Session XII, 1980


Box 115 Folder 4 Session XIII, 1980-1988


Annenberg 320--"Manipulation and Ideology in Film,", 1982


Box 115 Folder 5 Master Lists, 1982


Box 115 Folder 6 Printed Material, 1982


Box 115 Folder 7 Session I, 1982-1988


Box 115 Folder 8 Session II, 1982-1989



Box 116 Folder 1 Session III, 1982-1991


Box 116 Folder 2 Session IV, 1982-1990


Box 116 Folder 3 to 4 Session V, 1982-1990, (2 Folders)


Box 116 Folder 5 Session VI, 1982-1985


Box 116 Folder 6 Session VII, 1982-1985



Box 117 Folder 1 to 2 Session IX, 1982-1989, (2 Folders)


Box 117 Folder 3 Slide Sets, 1982


Box 117 Folder 4 Session VIII, 1984-1989


Box 117 Folder 5 Session X, 1984-1988


Box 117 Folder 6 Session XI, 1984-1989



Box 118 Annenberg 320, 1985


Box 118 Folder 1 General, 1985


Box 118 Folder 2 Session VI, 1985-1989


Box 118 Folder 3 to 4 Session VII, 1985-1989, (2 Folders)


Annenberg 320--"Protection,", 1986


Box 118 Folder 5 Sessions I through IV, 1986


Box 118 Folder 6 Sessions V through VII, 1986


Box 118 Folder 7 Sessions IIX through X, 1986



Box 119 Folder 1 Session XI, 1986


Box 119 Folder 2 Annenberg 320, 1987


Annenberg 320, [1980s]


Box 119 Folder 3 to 5 Bibliography, [1980s], (3 Folders)


Box 119 Folder 6 FAS Submission, 1980s



Box 120 Folder 1 to 4 Films, 1980s, (4 Folders)


Box 120 Folder 5 Master Copy, 1980s


Box 120 Folder 6 Teaching Associate Handbook, 1989



Box 121 Folder 1 Thoughts, 1980s


Box 121 Folder 2 Type, 1980s


Box 121 Folder 3 Type Hawkers, 1980s


Box 121 Folder 4 Unresolved Questions, 1980s


Box 121 Folder 5 Video at Studio Theatre, 1980s


Annenberg 520--"Methods of Film Analysis,", 1977


Box 121 Folder 6 Reading List, 1977


Box 121 Folder 7 Session I, 1977-1978


Box 121 Folder 8 Session II, 1977-1978


Box 121 Folder 9 Session III, 1977-1978



Box 122 Folder 1 Session IV, 1977-1978


Box 122 Folder 2 Session V, 1977-1990


Box 122 Folder 3 Session VI, 1977-1978


Box 122 Folder 4 Session VII, 1977-1978


Box 122 Folder 5 Session VIII, 1977-1978


Box 122 Folder 6 Session IX, 1977



Box 123 Folder 1 Session X, 1977-1978


Box 123 Folder 2 Session XI, 1977-1978


Box 123 Folder 3 Session XII, 1977-1978


Box 123 Folder 4 Last Session, 1977-1978


Box 123 Folder 5 Annenberg 520--Bibliography, 1970s-1980s


Individual Lecture Topics


Box 123 Folder 6 General, 1967-1984



Box 124 Folder 1 General, 1967-1984


Box 124 Folder 2 "Before the Revolution,", 1980s


Box 124 Folder 3 "Manipulation and Ideology in Film," 1982 Spring, 1982


Box 124 Folder 4 "Sources of Modern Cinema,", 1987


Box 124 Folder 5 "Touch of Evil,", 1980s


Box 124 Folder 6 Master List for Teaching, 1967-1971


Box 124 Folder 7 New School: Censored Cinema, 1970s


New York University


Box 124 Folder 8 Correspondence and Faculty Matters, 1967


Box 124 Folder 9 "Film as a Subversive Art,", 1971



Box 125 Folder 1 "Film as a Subversive Art,", 1980


Box 125 Folder 2 "Film as Visual Art,", 1969


Box 125 Folder 3 "Issues in Modern Cinema,", 1974-1980


Box 125 Folder 4 to 5 Myth Course, 1961-1980, (2 Folders)


320, 1986


Box 125 Folder 6 Sessions I through IV, 1986



Box 126 Folder 1 Sessions V through VII, 1986


Box 126 Folder 2 Sessions VIII through X, 1986


Box 126 Folder 3 Sessions XI, 1986


Other Courses


Box 126 Folder 4 General, 1951-1995


Box 126 Folder 5 "Alienation,", undated


Box 126 Folder 6 to 7 Bibliography, 1970s-1980s, (2 Folders)



Box 127 Folder 1 Bibliography, 1970s-1980s


Box 127 Folder 2 "Codes of Modern Cinema,", 1981


Box 127 Folder 3 Course File, 1979-1982


Box 127 Folder 4 "Film and Modernism,", undated


Box 127 Folder 5 "Kleist/Rohmer," 1979 Spring, 1979


Box 127 Folder 6 to 7 Potential Classes, 1980s, (2 Folders)


Box 127 Folder 8 Potential Syllabi, 1980s


Box 127 Folder 9 "Pro-Semiotics,", 1981


Box 127 Folder 10 "Semantic Analysis,", 1977


Box 127 Folder 11 "The Sixties,", 1970s


Box 127 Folder 12 "Sources of Modern Cinema," 1990 Fall, 1990


Box 127 Folder 13 Syllabi, 1981-1982


Box 127 Folder 14 "Theory of Film,", undated



Box 128 Folder 1 to 3 Reading Material, 1967-1984, (3 Folders)


Subseries III.4: Short Stories, 1960-1985

Subseries 4 is the smallest of Series III and holds short stories, often with multiple annotated drafts accompanying the final product. Some of these stories were written for children, such as "The Hamburger Hold-up" and "Loring and the Skyscraper." Not present is the Maurice Sendak illustrated "How Little Loring went to Times Square." Stories for adults include pieces concerned with genocide, in particular the Holocaust, memory, relationships between individuals, spirituality and faith, and societal roles and mores.


Box 128 Folder 4 General, undated, 1960-1981


Box 128 Folder 5 "Department Store Dogs,", 1978


Box 128 Folder 6 "The Execution,", 1981-1985


Box 128 Folder 7 "Fields of Rain,", 1980-1981


Box 128 Folder 8 "Great Teacher,", 1980


Box 128 Folder 9 "The Hamburger Hold-Hp,", 1963


Box 128 Folder 10 "How Lori Washed Skyscraper Windows,", 1963


Box 128 Folder 11 "In the Loetschental,", 1985 July


Box 128 Folder 12 Master List of Short Stories, 1962-1983


Box 128 Folder 13 "Memory and Prevention,", 1983 April



Box 129 Folder 1 Outline for a Film Concerning God, 1970 May


Box 129 Folder 2 "Philosophy in the Surf,", 1966


Box 129 Folder 3 "The Pointer Moves,", 1968 March


Box 129 Folder 4 "The Power of Books,", 1968


Box 129 Folder 5 "Singing Regardless of Weather,", 1982 April 18


Box 129 Folder 6 "Tears,", 1981


Box 129 Folder 7 "Tremors of Recognition,", 1971


Box 129 Folder 8 "Willie and the Six Hour Flu,", 1968 March


Subseries III.5: Articles and Essays, 1958-1996

The last subseries consists primarily of articles and essays that Amos Vogel regularly contributed to such well-known publications asFilm Comment, Evergreen, The New York Times, andThe Village Voice. Within these texts, Vogel addressed the then-current film culture, including the issues faced by avant-garde directors, and the future of the independent (and mainstream) film industry. He also reviewed films that he had screened at various festivals that had stood out in some way. Also held in this subseries are letters sent to editors, program notes for film festivals, in particular the New York Film Festival, which he founded, and book reviews.


Evergreen


Box 129 Folder 9 Brussels, 1958 November-December


Box 129 Folder 10 "The Day Rap Brown Became a Press Agent for Paramount,", 1969 June


Box 129 Folder 11 "Money Crunch,", 1981 September-October


Box 129 Folder 12 "Thirteen Confusions,", 1967 June


Box 129 Folder 13 Two Book Reviews, 1970 January-April


Film Comment


Box 129 Folder 14 All Columns, 1974-1983


Box 129 Folder 15 Alternative Cinema Conference, 1979 November-December


Box 129 Folder 16 American Film Festival, 1979 September-October


Box 129 Folder 17 "Amos Vogel and Bruce Connor: Two Views of the Money Crunch,", 1981 September-October


Box 129 Folder 18 "Amos Vogel on Documentary Films,", 1974 September-October


Box 129 Folder 19 Animation and Computer, 1974 July-August


Box 129 Folder 20 "The Atom and Eve of Destruction,", 1983 February


Box 129 Folder 21 "Autumn in New York,", 1977 November-December


Box 129 Folder 22 "Avant-Garde at the American Film Festival,", 1980 July-August


Box 129 Folder 23 "The Avant-Garde of the Seventies,", 1975 May-June


Box 129 Folder 24 Berlin's Forum,", 1981 July-August


Box 129 Folder 25 Cannes, 1978 1978 September-October, 1978, 1978 September-October


Box 129 Folder 26 "Choosing and Cruising,", 1980 January-February


Box 129 Folder 27 Deal, 1978 November-December


Box 129 Folder 28 "Eternal Experimenter,", 1985 February


Box 129 Folder 29 Ethnological Cinema, 1978 July-August


Box 129 Folder 30 Ethnological Revelations, 1975 November-December


Box 129 Folder 31 "Film Funding,", 1978 March-April


Box 129 Folder 32 The Flaherty Myth, 1979 March-April


Box 129 Folder 33 "Grim Death,", 1980 March-April


Box 129 Folder 34 "Hallo Berlin,", 1988 May-June


Box 129 Folder 35 "Herzog in Berlin,", 1977 September-October


Box 129 Folder 36 "Hints to the Wise,", 1977 March-April


Box 129 Folder 37 "Lessons in Darkness,", 1992 May


Box 129 Folder 38 Mehrjui's The Cycle, 1979 May-June


Box 129 Folder 39 "Missionary Positions,", 1982 May-June


Box 129 Folder 40 "More Apocalypse Now,", 1983 June


Box 129 Folder 41 New Modernist Film Magazines, 1979 January-February


Box 129 Folder 42 "Nods and Ends,", 1980 September-October


Box 129 Folder 43 Northwest Film Festival Winners, 1980 November-December


Box 129 Folder 44 "On Seeing A Mirage,", 1981 January-February


Box 129 Folder 45 "Paradoxes and Dreams: The Independents in Berlin,", 1988 March


Box 129 Folder 46 "Parker Tyler,", 1974 November-December


Box 129 Folder 47 "Programmer's Notes,", 1976 May-June


Box 129 Folder 48 "Reader's Digest Version of Avant-Garde Film History II,", 1976 September-October


Box 129 Folder 49 "Reader's Digest Version of Avant-Garde Film History III,", 1976 November-December


Box 129 Folder 50 "Reader's Digest Version of Avant-Garde Film History IV,", 1977 January-February


Box 129 Folder 51 Recent Political Films, 1978 January-February


Box 129 Folder 52 Reply to Amos Vogel Series, 1977



Box 130 Folder 1 "Smashing Myths about the Information Industry,", 1982 November-December


Box 130 Folder 2 "Smiles and Tears (I-II),", 1976 January-1978 April


Box 130 Folder 3 Sokurov Article, 1989 June


Box 130 Folder 4 "Stalking Asparagus", 1981 May-June


Box 130 Folder 5 "Structuralism", 1982 January-February


Box 130 Folder 6 "The Structuralist Incursion: The Setting,", 1975 July-August


Box 130 Folder 7 "The Structuralist Incurstion: The Literature,", 1975 September-October


Box 130 Folder 8 "Structures,", 1975 January-February


Box 130 Folder 9 "Subversive Mysteries (I-II),", 1977 May-August


Box 130 Folder 10 "Three Iconoclast Originals,", 1987 March-June


Box 130 Folder 11 "Toward the Self,", 1975 March-April


Box 130 Folder 12 Untitled, 1974 May-June


Box 130 Folder 13 "The Vital Statistics of Media Centers,", 1979 July-August


Box 130 Folder 14 "Works of Despair,", 1983 August


Film Culture


Box 130 Folder 15 Experimental Film Symposium, 1957


Box 130 Folder 16 "Love in a City,", 1957


Box 130 Folder 17 "'I Make Films to Exorcise My Fears': A Talk with Bernardo Bertolucci,", 1970


Letters to the Editor


Box 130 Folder 18 Bad Michael Wood Article, 1984/1985


Box 130 Folder 19 Race Discrimination, 1978


The New York Times


Box 130 Folder 20 "Avante-Garde Film Festive: Nudity and Contemplation,", 1968 January 21


Box 130 Folder 21 "Can We Not Forget the Evil She Did?", 1973 May 13


Box 130 Folder 22 "The Censor Always Loses,", 1968 September 15


Box 130 Folder 23 Letters to the Editor, 1990-1994


Box 130 Folder 24 Mini, 1970


The New York Film Festival


Box 130 Folder 25 "The New Cinema," undated, 1966


Box 130 Folder 26 "Witness and Catalyst,", 1965 September


Box 130 Folder 27 "Unfilled Promise,", 1983


Box 130 Folder 28 Oberhausen Film Festival, 1964 February 16


Box 130 Folder 29 "Onus Is Not on the Artist: It Is We Who Must Learn,", 1966 September 11


Box 130 Folder 30 Untitled Article, 1965


Other Journals


Box 130 Folder 31 "Advice to Moviegoers,", 1968 September


Box 130 Folder 32 Art in the Third Reich , 1982


Box 130 Folder 33 Austrian Cultural Institute, 1994



Box 131 Folder 1 Berlin Diary: "Two Weeks in November," 1990 Spring, 1990


Box 131 Folder 2 "Blood-Stained Works: The Glasnost Film Festival,", 1989 June


Box 131 Folder 3 "The Camera as Pen,", 1966-1967


Box 131 Folder 4 to 6 Cinema 16, 1950s, (3 Folders)


Box 131 Folder 7 Defining Independent Film, 1983 March


Box 131 Folder 8 Democracy: Manipulations and Possibilities,", 1969 July


Box 131 Folder 9 Exit Hollywood/Viennale , 1993-1996


Box 131 Folder 10 "The Exorcist," , 1974 July


Box 131 Folder 11 "Film as Art,", 1975


Box 131 Folder 12 "Films that Tread on Toes,", 1965 March


Box 131 Folder 13 "Flares in the Night,", 1969 December


Box 131 Folder 14 Free Associations, 1983


Box 131 Folder 15 Independent American Film, 1971


Box 131 Folder 16 John Kennedy, 1992



Box 132 Folder 1 Leo Dratfield, 1987 March


Box 132 Folder 2 "The Little Foxes and the Big Mink,", 1977


Box 132 Folder 3 New York Film Festival 20th Anniversary, 1982


Box 132 Folder 4 Oberhausen, 1970


Box 132 Folder 5 Olympia Article, 1994


Box 132 Folder 6 "Notes for a Film Festival,", 1969-1970


Box 132 Folder 7 [Pantomime?] in [Russian Film], undated


Box 132 Folder 8 Prague Article, 1970s


Box 132 Folder 9 Raiders of the Lost Ark , 1982-1983


Box 132 Folder 10 "Risks and Rewards of Cinematic Clairvoyance,", 1965


Box 132 Folder 11 "The Shape of Flames Forty Years After,", 1979 July


Box 132 Folder 12 Summerhill School, 1961


Box 132 Folder 13 Sweet Movie, 1975 October


Box 132 Folder 14 to 16 "Towards a New Cinema,", 1958-1966, (3 Folders)


Box 132 Folder 17 "The Year Cannes Turned Marxist-Leninist," 1980 Winter, 1980


Box 132 Folder 18 Miscellaneous Articles, 1965-1979, 1992-1994, 1965-1979, 1992-1994


Program Notes


Box 132 Folder 19 "Film as Art,", 1979


Box 132 Folder 20 "Film as Art,", 1980


Box 132 Folder 21 New York Film Festival, 1963-1968



Box 133 Folder 1 "Whispering Pages,", 1994 March


Village Voice


Box 133 Folder 2 "Atrocities and Artless Innocence,", 1972 February 3


Box 133 Folder 3 "The Bad and the Beautiful: La Guerre Est Commence,", 1968 May


Box 133 Folder 4 "Brakhage, Brecht, Berlin, Eden West & East,", 1965 December 23


Box 133 Folder 5 "Bugs Bunny and the Computers,", 1974


Box 133 Folder 6 "Cannes 1971: Blood, Violence, and Sex,", 1971 May-June


Box 133 Folder 7 "Cannes 1971: The Barometers of Pain,", 1971 June


Box 133 Folder 8 "Cannes 1972: Evangelism and Encounter Groups,", 1972 June 15


Box 133 Folder 9 "Cannes 1972: When Critics Exchange Secret Glances,", 1972 June 22


Box 133 Folder 10 "Cannes 1972: Will Film Survive until 2001?" 1972 June 8, 2001?, 1972 June 8


Box 133 Folder 11 "Cuba: Fusing Politics and the Poetic,", 1974 July


Box 133 Folder 12 "Each Man for Himself and God Against All,", 1972 May 1


Box 133 Folder 13 "Even Dwarfs Started Small," , 1972


Box 133 Folder 14 Flaming Creatures Article, 1964 May 7


Box 133 Folder 15 "The Humanists of Prague: The Young Czech Cinema,", 1967 June 15


Box 133 Folder 16 "In Paradise Man Is Born Dead,", 1971 November


Box 133 Folder 17 "I Made a Glass Hammer,", 1971 June


Box 133 Folder 18 "A Mirror of Today's Disaster,", 1971 February


Box 133 Folder 19 "Muehl: Up to His Neck in it,", 1973 May


Box 133 Folder 20 "The Movie Gap: A Cultural Scandal,", 1970 March


Box 133 Folder 21 " A Nation Comes Out of Shell-Shock,", 1972 May 4


Box 133 Folder 22 New Animation at the Whitney, 1972 March 1


Box 133 Folder 23 "Noshing Under the Knife,", 1973 August 2


Box 133 Folder 24 "One Festival Plus One,", 1970 July 9


Box 133 Folder 25 "'Outrageous Films' at the Whitney,", 1973-1974


Box 133 Folder 26 Parker Tyler, 1974 August 1


Box 133 Folder 27 "A Poem of Revolt,", 1971 March 4


Box 133 Folder 28 Political Advertisement, 1969


Box 133 Folder 29 "Reality Through Deformation,", 1971 April


Box 133 Folder 30 Siddharta, 1973 August


Box 133 Folder 31 Saturday Morning, 1971 April 30


Box 133 Folder 32 "Sweet Fireworks,", 1971 March


Box 133 Folder 33 "Thank You, Nikita Sergeyevich,", 1961 September 21


Box 133 Folder 34 "Two Little Men Open the Cosmos,", 1970s


Box 133 Folder 35 United States Independent Film Roundup, 1972 June 10