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Films & Other Videos

Films with: Weiss, Andrea

I live at Ground Zero
Nine year old Isabella Schiller, who lives three blocks North of Ground Zero, discusses how she feels after the World Trade Center disaster. She talks about her neighborhood that is forever changed.
DVD 13098
International Sweethearts of Rhythm America's hottest all girl band /
International Sweethearts of Rhythm "tells the story of the swinging, multiracial all-women jazz band of the 1940s"--Container ; Tiny and Ruby "is a rollicking portrait of two women who made a life together creating music"--Container ; Maxine Sullivan "is a long-overdue film portrait of the once famous, and now largely forgotten jazz vocalist Maxine Sullivan"--Container.
DVD 11518
No dinosaurs in heaven
Examines the evolution/creationism controversy through discussions among teachers on an expedition through the Grand Canyon, interspersed with interviews with students from a City College of New York class where creationism was taught rather than evolution and short animated sequences.
DVD 8952
Paris was a woman
Through a combination of still photos, archival film footage, and interview commentary, documents the creative community of French, English and American women, many of whom were lesbians, who gravitated to the Left Bank in Paris during the early part of the 20th century.
DVD 2493