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"Time Code" is a compilation of works by international video artists. It includes: "Luck Smith" by Gustav Hamos (4:55): A man walks through different digitally enhanced environments, including some sort of steel mill. "Maison" by Bernar Herbert (11:00): In this sad piece two women live together in a house by the ocean. With no spoken text, small details show the growing depression of one of the women, who eventually drowns herself... more
Date Created
1987
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Contemporary Art Television (CAT) Fund / Time Code
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Program examines the role of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) in the lives of African Americans... more
Date Created
03/27/1975
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Say Brother / NAACP
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Program serves as a retrospective of programs from the 1976-1977 broadcast season, and includes excerpts from Program 714, "Minority Cultural Institutions: Programmed to Fail?" (featuring an interview with Elma Lewis of the National Center of Afro-American Artists), Program 710, "What is Concilio?" (featuring an interview with Nick Arana, Executive Director of the drug rehabilitation center Concilio Human Services), Program 713, "Federal Laws and the Native American: Patterns of Paper Politic... more
Date Created
07/01/1977
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Say Brother / Best of 1976 - 1977
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Date Created
04/20/1979
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Say Brother / Invitation From Cuba
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Date Created
10/29/1976
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Say Brother / Blues Ain't Nothing But a Poem, The
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Date Created
02/04/1977
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Say Brother / Economic Development of the Chinese Community
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Date Created
03/10/1978
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Say Brother / Face of Love, The
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As part of the Say Brother theater piece entitled "Theatre in Reverse", Al Jarreau performs You Don't See Me, live in the studio.
Date Created
03/14/1976
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Video
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Say Brother / Another Approach To Theatre
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Date Created
03/14/1976
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Say Brother / Another Approach To Theatre
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Hilda Harris, a mezzo-soprano with the New York City Opera performs "The Segadilla", an aria from the second act of Carmen by Georges Bizet, in the Say Brother studio. Musical accompaniment is provided by pianist Fredericka King.
Date Created
03/04/1977
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Video
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Say Brother / Moment for Music, A