An Afternoon of films @ the New Haven Free Public Library 133 Elm St. New Haven, CT 1:30 pm: Black Panthers: A New Haven Perspective @ the New Haven Free Public Library Mayday (May 1st Media, 1970) A Treasure from the Yale Film Archive. – 23 min “Next Question”: The May Day 1970 Oral History Project […]
Photographs taken on July 3, 2012 Harriman and West Airport North Adams, Massachusetts By Maggie Clark
Elihu made a visit to Curley’s Diner last week and snapped this picture with his Pentax ME Super, Kodak 200 film. He ordered the chicken souvlaki platter with fries, greek salad, which came with a bowl of soup (chicken noodle) and a dessert (rice pudding). As always, excellent value and high quality food at Curley’s.
A postcard from the recently unearthed American Beat archives:
Elena Oxman’s Kmart Confidential. Music by Matt Whyte.
When Yale’s Art & Architecture building was rededicated as Rudolph Hall in 2008, we were asked to produce a film about the work of Paul Rudolph in New Haven. The result is Rudolph and Renewal:
In 2001, we worked with Nina Rappaport to make a film for the “Saving Corporate Modernism” exhibit at the Yale School of Architecture called “Back to the Garden: Corporate Modernism in Context.” The film focuses on Lever House and Connecticut General and features interviews with Vincent Scully, Peter Blake, Carol Herselle Krinsky, David Childs, Natalie […]
The Yankee Doodle and its great sign may be gone, but its memory lives on in “On Broadway.” We now have three clips up on the film page, including this one:
Rumor is afoot of an American Beat ideas retreat in Santa Cruz this July. Meanwhile, an east coast foray has set out.
American Beat is behind a new video, directed by Stephen Taylor, for the Lucy Moses School, part of the Kaufman Center.