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Joseph Losey and Adolfus Mekas - The First New York Film Festival
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This 1963 program brings together film directors Joseph Losey and Adolfus Mekas and Festival organizers Richard Roud and Amos Vogel in 1963 to discuss the launching of what soon became one of the most important film festivals in the world. The program includes excerpts from the films The Servant (Losey) and Hallelujah the Hills (Mekas), both of which were screened at the Festival. Themes discussed on this program include: the importance of establishing an international film festival in New York City,Harold Pinter's script for Losey's The Servant, marketing films through the Festival, and the freedom and risks in independent film production. 28 mins.


Product ID: 28892
Category: Movies/Videos
Supporting language: English
Platforms/media types: VHS Video Tape