Academy Awards: Best Documentary Feature
2010 - Undefeated
Directed by T.J. Martin, Dan Lindsay and Richard Middlemas
A documentary on an underdog football team who look to reverse their fortunes with coach Bill Courtney.
2010 - Inside Job
Directed by Charles Ferguson
Takes a closer look at what brought about the financial meltdown.
2009 - The Cove
Directed by Louie Psihoyos
Using state-of-the-art equipment, a group of activists, led by renown dolphin trainer Ric O'Barry, infiltrate a cove near Taijii, Japan to expose both a shocking instance of animal abuse and a serious threat to human health.
2008 - Man on Wire
Directed by James Marsh
A look at tightrope walker Philippe Petit's daring, but illegal, high-wire routine performed between New York City's World Trade Center's twin towers in 1974, what some consider, "the artistic crime of the century."
2007 - Taxi to the Dark Side
Directed by Alex Gibney
An investigation into the introduction of torture as an interrogation technique in U.S. facilities, and the role played by key figures of the Bush Administration in the process. Takes an in-depth look at the case of Afghan taxi driver Dilawar, who was suddenly detained by the U.S. military one afternoon and died in his Bagram prison cell five days later. This gripping probe into reckless abuses of government power demonstrates how one man's life and death symbolizes the erosion of our civil rights.
2006 - An Inconvenient Truth
Directed by Davis Guggenheim
Former Vice President Al Gore explains the facts of global warming, presents arguments that the dangers of global warning have reached the level of crisis, and addresses the efforts of certain interests to discredit the anti-global warming cause. Between lecture segments, Gore discusses his personal commitment to the environment, sharing anecdotes from his experiences.
2005 - March of the Penguins (La Marche de l'empereur)
Directed by Luc Jacquet
In the Antarctic, every March since the beginning of time, the quest by Emperor Penguins begins as they set out to find the perfect mate and start a family. This courtship will begin with a long journey - a journey that will take them hundreds of miles across the continent by foot, one by one in a single file. They will endure freezing temperatures, in brittle, icy winds, travel through deep, treacherous waters and risk starvation and attack by dangerous predators, to find a partner under the harshest conditions on earth.
2004 - Born into Brothels
Directed by Ross Kauffman and Zana Briski
While living in the red light district of Calcutta and documenting life in the brothels, New York-based photographer Zana Briski embarked on a project by which she gave cameras to the children of prostitutes and taught them photography, awakening within them hidden talent and creativity and giving them a means to transform their lives.
2003 - The Fog of War
Directed by Errol Morris
The story of America as seen through the eyes of the former Secretary of Defense, under President Kennedy and President Johnson, Robert S. McNamara. McNamara was one of the most controversial and influential political figures of the 20th century. Now, he offers a candid and intimate journey through some of the most seminal events in contemporary American history. He offers new and often surprising insights into the 1945 bombing of Tokyo, the Cuban Missile Crisis, and the effects of the Vietnam War.
2002 - Bowling for Columbine
Directed by Michael Moore
Famed documentarian and left-wing political humorist Michael Moore tackles the issue of America's unique obsession with firearms. Taking off from the Columbine High School massacre in April 1999, Moore visits a Michigan bank that gives new customers a free gun, marshals statistics for gun deaths in the U.S. and interviews subjects as diverse as National Rifle Association spokesman Charlton Heston and shock rocker Marilyn Manson.
2001 - Murder on a Sunday Morning (Un coupable idéal)
Directed by: Jean-Xavier de Lestrade
A documentary investigating a true tale of murder and injustice in Jacksonville, Florida. When a 15-year-old black male is arrested for the murder of Mary Ann Stephens, everyone involved in the case--from investigators to journalists--is ready to condemn him, except for his lawyer, Patrick McGuiness. McGuiness reopens the inquiry, and discovers a slew of shocking and troubling elements about the case. Most importantly, can the police be lying?
2000 - Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport
Written and directed by Mark Jonathan Harris; produced by Deborah Oppenheimer.
A documentary on the Kindertransport rescue operation in which 10,000 Jewish children were saved from Hitler's grasp and placed with foster parents and hostels in Great Britain at the outbreak of World War II. Includes archival footage and decades-later remembrances of both the rescuers and the rescued.
1999 - One Day in September
Directed by Kevin MacDonald; produced by Arthur Cohn, John Battsek.
Presents the shocking true story of the brutal massacre of 11 Israeli athletes by a team of extreme Palestinian terrorists during the 1972 Olympics in Munich, Germany. Chronicles events from terrorist training in Libya to the terrorists sneaking into the Olympic Village to the tension-filled negotiations to the shocking conclusion at a German airport. Told with actual video shot during the crisis and interviews with those who took part (including the only surviving member of the Black September group).
1998 - The Last Days
Directed and edited by James Moll June; producers: June Beallor, Ken Lipper.
Traces the compelling experiences of five Hungarian holocaust survivors. Including newly-discovered historical footage and a rare interview with a former Nazi doctor at Auschwitz, the film tells the remarkable story of a grandmother, a teacher, a businessman, an artist and a U.S. Congressman, as they return from the U.S. to their hometowns and to the ghettos and concentration camps in which they were imprisoned.
DVD 2132; vhs Video/C 6458
1997 - The Long Way Home
Written and directed by Mark Jonathan Harris; produced by Marvin Hier, Richard Trank.
Discusses the critical post World War II period between 1945 and 1948 and the plight of the tens of thousands of Jewish refugees who survived the Holocaust. The documentary looks at their attempts to get to the Jewish homeland (often illegally) and the formation of a Jewish state, Israel. Combining rare archival film and stills with new interviews, this film interweaves historical narrative with stories, anecdotes and recollections of Jewish refugees.
1996 - When We Were Kings
Directed by Leon Gast; produced by Leon Gast, David David Sonenberg, Taylor Hackford.
In 1974, Muhammad Ali made what some thought would be his last title bid to regain the heavyweight boxing championship, stripped from him years before. Fight promoters offered him five million dollars to come to Zaire to fight George Foreman, a young and seemingly unbeatable opponent. Then, as the world watched, Ali took center ring, pulling off a stunning upset.
DVD 5862; vhs Video/C 6041
1995 - Anne Frank Remembered
Written, directed, and produced by Jon Blair.
This film includes interviews with Anne Frank's surviving family, friends and her heroic protector, Miep Gies and features vintage newsreels, photographs and even a rare home movie to look beyond the celebrated pages of Anne's diary. DVD 7344; vhs Video/C 4554
1994 - Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision
Director, producer, writer, Freida Lee Mock.
Portrays the career of Maya Lin as an architect/artist as told by her and others, with special focus on the design and emotional impact of the Vietnam Veterans and Civil Rights Memorials.
DVD 1996; Video/C 4359
1993 - I am a Promise: The Children of Stanton Elementary School
Directed by Susan Raymond; produced by Alan Raymond, Susan Raymond.
A documentary about the 725 Headstart to 5th graders at the Stanton Elementary School in North Philadelphia. Stanton is a Chapter One school which receives federal funding because of the poverty in this area. Principal Deanna Bernie does her best to give these children the same quality education that more fortunate children have. Includes disciplinary methods, experimental classes, and information about the home lives of some of the children in this inner city environment.
DVD X3035; Video/C 6998
1992 - The Panama Deception
Directed by Barbara Trent; produced by Barbara Trent, Joanne Doroshow, Nico Panigutti, David Kasper
Presents an alternative view of the invasion of Panama by the U.S. military that was not given by the American media.
DVD 9505; vhs Video/C 6998
1991 - In the Shadow of the Stars
Directed, edited, and produced by Allie Light and and Irving Saraf.
A behind-the-scenes look at the lesser known choristers of the San Francisco Opera Company, many of whom aspire to become soloists and stars. The film lovingly explores the blurred boundary between private lives and stage spectacles, and creates a rare and privileged look into the world of grand opera.
1990 - American Dream
Directed by Barbara Kopple; produced by Arthur Cohn, Barbara Kopple.
The true-life story of a workers' strike against Geo. A. Hormel & Company in Austin, Minnesota is documented from beginning to end. When Geo. A. Hormel & Company made $2 million in profits and then cut their worker's salaries by $2 an hour each, the workers had only one option: Go out on strike.
DVD 6527; vhs 2268
1989 - Common Threads: Stories From the Quilt
Directed by Robert Epstein, Jeffrey Friedman; produced by Bill Couturie, Robert Epstein.
The story of the AIDS Memorial Quilt established by the San Francisco NAMES Project Foundation in 1987 to commemorate the lives lost to AIDS. From the thousands memorialized in the quilt, profiles five individuals--including a recovered IV drug user, a former Olympic decathlon star and a boy with hemophilia--whose stories reflect the diversity and common tragedy of those who have died from AIDS. Celebrates their unique personalities and achievements, interweaving these personal histories with a chronology of the epidemic's development and the negligence of the government.
DVD 2761; vhs 1774
1988 - Hotel Terminus: The Life and Times of Klaus Barbie
Directed and produced Marcel Ophüls.
Klaus Barbie was a Nazi war criminal who escaped and remained hidden for 40 years. This film traces the 40-year hunt for Barbie which ended when he was brought to trial in 1987.
1987 - The Ten-Year Lunch: The Wit and Legend of the Algonquin Round Table
Directed and produced by Aviva Slesin.
From 1919 to 1929 in New York City's Algonquin Hotel, a group of poets, novelists, playwrites, critics, humorists and editors met each day to exchange opinions, gossip and the most cutting wit of the day.
1986 - Artie Shaw: Time Is All You've Got
Produced by Brigitte Berman
1986 - Down and Out In America
Directed by Lee Grant; produced by Joseph Feury, Milton Justice
We live in a country that prides itself on the opportunities available to all. This film takes a hard look at the farmers who can't hold on to their land, the homeless and the 20 million Americans who still don't have enough to eat, and asks how long can we ignore the nightmare of poverty.
1985 - Broken Rainbow
Directed by Victoria Mudd, Thom Tyson; produced by Maria Florio, Victoria Mudd.
A documentary about the relocation of ten thousand Navaho Indians from their hogans in northern Arizona to tract homes in towns some distance away because the land allegedly belongs to the Hopi. Looks at efforts to mediate the land dispute.
DVD 6004; vhs 2152
1984 - The Times of Harvey Milk
Directed by Robert Epstein; produced by Richard Schmiechen, Robert Epstein.
Documentary on the life of Harvey Milk, the gay San Francisco Supervisor who was killed with Mayor George Moscone on Nov. 27, 1978.
DVD 2728; Video/C 1009
1983 - He Makes Me Feel Like Dancin'
Produced by Emile Ardolino.
Jacques d'Amboise, principal dancer of the New York City Ballet, teaches children dance during school hours in fourteen schools in the metropolitan area. Tells the story of the children's experiences, from auditions, through the teaching process, culminating in an event at Madison Square Garden in which 1,000 children participate and celebrities perform with them.
1982 - Just Another Missing Kid
Directed by John Zaritsky
1981 - Genocide
Produced by Marvin Hier, Arnold Schwartzman
Graphically presents the story of the Holocaust and the millions of men, women and children who fell victim to Hitler's Final Solution, depicting the events through newsfilms, still photos and the personal reminiscences of survivors.
1980 - From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China
Directed and produced by: Murray Lerner.
Documentary film taken during the 1979 trip by Isaac Stern and his family to China, where he was invited by the government to perform and teach the techniques of Mozart to Chinese musicians.
DVD X3302; vhs Video/C 2146
1979 - Best Boy
Directed and produced by Ira Wohl.
Film about a fifty-two-year-old, mentally retarded Phillip Wohl and how filmmaker Ira Wohl, his cousin, helped him gain a degree of independence when his parents could no longer shelter him.
DVD 5434; Video/C 773
1978 - Scared Straight!
Produced by Arnold Shapiro
Profiles a unique juvenile crime-prevention program at New Jersey's Rahway maximum-security prison, recounting the day seventeen teenage lawbreakers spent inside the prison with the some of New Jersey's most dangerous criminals. In an attempt to scare the kids out of their criminal ways, prisoners took turns describing prison
1977 - Who are the DeBolts? And Where Did They Get Nineteen Kids?
Produced by John Korty, Warren Lockhart, Dan McCann.
An authentic and sensitive portrait of an extraordinary family. Most of the children are very special adopted kids: white, yellow, and black, and physically handicapped or victims of war and catastrophe. Dealing with the most fundamental issues of love, courage, finding one's identity, and becoming a whole person, the film gives us a magnificent demonstration of what human beings can accomplish. It helps us define our own relationships and see the human being behind those who are different from ourselves. Irresistibly uplifting, raucously happy, extremely funny.
1976 - Harlan County, U. S. A.
Directed and produced by Barbara Kopple.
A docu-drama of the 1973 Kentucky coal miner's strike against the operators of the Brookside mine and the Duke Power Company which resulted from the company's refusal to honor the union's national contract with the United Mine Workers of America.
DVD 5665; vhs 999:509
1975 - The Man Who Skied Down Everest
Directed by Bruce Nyznik, Lawrence Schiller. A documentary about Yuichiro Miura, a Japanese alpinist who skied down Mt. Everest in 1970 accompanied by a Canadian film crew. Miura skied 6,600 feet in 2 minutes and 20 seconds and fell 1320 feet down the steep Lhotse face from the Yellow Band just below the South Col. He used a large parachute to slow his descent. He came to a full stop just 250 ft. from the edge of the crevasse. Eight died during the expeditions' ascent.
1974 - Hearts and Minds
Directed by Peter Davis; produced by Peter Davis, Bert Schneider.
Examines the American consciousness that led to involvement in Vietnam. Includes interviews with General William Westmoreland, Robert Kennedy, former Secretary of Defense Clark Clifford, Senator William Fulbright, Walt Rostow, and Daniel Ellsberg as well as American Vietnam veterans and Vietnamese leaders. Presidents Eisenhower, Truman, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon are show in rare footage.
1993 - The Great American Cowboy
Directed by Kieth Merrill
1972 - Marjoe
Directed by Sarah Kernochan, Howard Smith
DVD 2439; also included on DVD 5298
1971 - The Hellstrom Chronicle
Produced by Walon Green
1970 - Woodstock
Directed by Michael Wadleigh; produced by Bob Maurice.
This documentary film captures the unique communal experience and many of the performances of the most famous of outdoor rock concerts performed during three days at Bethel, New York.
1969 - Arthur Rubinstein - The Love of Life
Produced by Gérard Patris; François Reichenbach
1968 - Journey into Self
Produced by Bill McGaw
1967 - The Anderson Platoon
Produced by Pierre Schoendoerffer.
Follows the "Anderson Platoon," a racially integrated combat unit, for six weeks during the Vietnam War, as the soldiers eat, sleep, fight, gamble, pray and die together.
1966 - The War Game
Directed, written, and produced by Peter Watkins.
A dramatization of the possible effects of nuclear warfare on Great Britain. Explores the physical damage effects, the psychological effects on the survivors, the societal logic for the existence of nuclear arms, and the attempts to understand how the balance of power keeps atomic weapons in check.
DVD 6040; vhs 3971
1965 - The Eleanor Roosevelt Story
Directed by Sidney Glazier
1964 - Jacques-Yves Cousteau's World Without Sun
Directed by Jacques-Yves Cousteau
1963 - Robert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel With the World
Directed by Robert Hughes
1962 - Black Fox: The True Story of Adolf Hitler
Directed by Louis Stoumen
1961 - Sky Above, Mud Below (Le Ciel et la Boue)
Pierre-Dominique Gaisseau; produced by Arthur Cohn, René Lafuite
1960 - Horse with the Flying Tail
Directed by Larry Lansburgh
1959 - Serengeti Shall Not Die (Serengeti darf nicht sterben)
Directed by Bernhard Grzimek
1958 - White Wilderness
Directed by Ben Sharpsteen
1957 - Albert Schweitzer
Directed by Jerome Hill
1956 - The Silent World(Le Monde du silence)
Directed by Jacques-Yves Cousteau
1955 - The Unconquered (Helen Keller in Her Story)
Directed by Nancy Hamilton
1954 - Vanishing Prairie
Directed by Walt Disney
1953 - The Living Desert
Directed by James Algar; produced by Walt Disney
1952 - The Sea Around Us
Directed by Irwin Allen
1951 - Kon-Tiki
Directed by Olle Nordemar
1950 - The Titan: Story of Michelangelo
Robert J. Flaherty, Richard Lyford, Curt Oertel
1949 - Daybreak in Udi
Directed by Terry Bishop; produced by Crown Film Unit
1948 - The Secret Land
Directed by O. Dull
1947 - Design for Death
Directed by Richard Fleischer, Theron Warth, Sid Rogell
1945 - The True Glory
Directed by Garson Kanin, Carol Reed
1944 - The Fighting Lady
Directed by Louis De Rochemont; produced by 20th Century Fox, U. S. Navy
1943 - Desert Victory
Directed Roy Boulting; produced by British Ministry of Information.
DVD 5802; vhs 5027
1942 - Battle of Midway
Directed by John Ford; produced by 20th Century Fox, U. S. Navy.
DVD 5802; vhs MM464; also on Video/C 7627
1942 - Kokoda Front Line!
Produced by Australian News and Information Bureau
1942 - Moscow Strikes Back
Directed by Ilya Kopalin, Leonid Varlamov
1942 - Prelude To War
Directed and produced by Frank Capra for U. S. Army Special Services
1941 - Churchill's Island
Produced by Canadian Film Board, United Artists
Academy Awards: Best Documentary Short
2011 - Saving Face
Directed by Daniel Junge and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy
2010 - Strangers No More
Directed by Karen Goodman and Kirk Simon
2009 - Music by Prudence
Directed by Roger Ross Williams and Elinor Burkett
2008 - Smile Pinki
Directed by Megan Mylan
2007 - Freeheld
Directed by Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth
2006 - The Blood of Yingzhou District
Directed by Ruby Yang
2005 - A Note of Triumph: The Golden Age of Norman Corwin
Directed by Eric Simonson
2004 - Mighty Times: The Children's March
Directed by: Robert Hudson (aka Bobby Houston)
2003 - Chernobyl Heart
Directed by: Maryann DeLeo
2002 - Twin Towers
Directed by: Michael Moore, Bill Guttentag and Robert David Port.
Two brothers, one a firefighter, one a police officer, are remembered for their bravery in New York City on September 11.
2001 - Thoth
Directed by Lynn Appelle, Sara Kernochan
A New York City performer and musician performs one-man operas in a strange language on the streets of New York to amused, befuddled and awed audiences.
2000 - Big Mama
Directed by Tracy Seretean; produced by Tracy Seretean
Depicts Viola Dees, a devoted, 89-year old grandmother, in her struggle to raise her orphaned 9-year old grandson in South Central Los Angeles. She must contend with her own declining health and a bureaucratic and legal system that continually threatens to force them apart.
1999 - King Gimp
Directed and produced by Susan Hadary, William Whiteford.
Chronicles the life of Dan Keplinger who has cerebral palsy, from his childhood through his early twenties.
1998 - The Personals: Improvisations on Romance in the Golden Year
Produced by Keiko Ibi
1997 - A Story of Healing
Produced by Donna Dewey, Carol Pasternak
1996 - Breathing Lessons: The Life and Work of Mark O'Brien
Directed, written, and produced by Jessica Yu.
Poet-journalist Mark O'Brien was stricken with polio in childhood and has spent most of his life in an iron lung. He describes how he has fought against illness and bureacracy for his right to lead an independent life and offers his reflections on college, work, sex, death, euthanasia, and God.
DVD X334; Video/4841
1995 - One Survivor Remembers
Produced by Kary Antholis
Through a series of interviews, photographs and footage shot in the actual locations of her memories, Gerda Weissmann Klein takes us on a journey of survival through one of the most devastating events in the history of mankind.
DVD X3699; vhs Video/C 4918
1994 - A Time For Justice
Produced by: Charles Guggenheim
Uses first-hand testimony of participants and archival footage to present a compelling look at the battle for civil rights in the South, recalling the crises in Montgomery, Little Rock, Birmingham, and Selma. It depicts the struggle through the experiences of its "foot soldiers," who rode where they weren't supposed to ride, walked where they were forbidden to walk and sat where they weren't supposed to sit and stood their ground until they won their freedom.
1993 - Defending Our Lives
Directed and produced by Margaret Lazarus, Renner Wunderlich
Shows the magnitude and severity of domestic violence in this country. This video features four women imprisoned for killing their batterers and their terrifying personal testimonies. Each of these women tells her own horrific tale of beatings, rape and torture at the hands of her husband or boyfriend.
DVD X2232; Video/C 3391
1992 - Educating Peter
Produced by Thomas Goodwin, Gerardine Wurzburg
1991 - Deadly Deception: General Electric, Nuclear Weapons and Our Environment
Directed and produced by Debra Chasnoff
Expose of the human and environmental effects of General Electric Company's nuclear weapons facilities. Plant workers have been poisoned by radiation and asbestos; neighboring homes have experienced cancers and birth defects. Shows the activists who are working to inform the public and stop the company's dangerous activities.
1990 - Days of Waiting: The Life and Art of Estelle Ishigo
Directed and produced by Steven Okazaki
Documentary about artist Estelle Peck Ishigo, a Caucasian woman interned during World War II with her Japanese American husband at Heart Mountain Relocation Center, Wyo. Vivid portrayal through her words and drawings and through photographs of the deprivations and humiliations of camp life, and the difficulties of readjustment at war's end.
DVD X1667; vhs Video/C 2177
1989 - The Johnstown Flood
Produced by Charles Guggenheim
1988 - You Don't Have To Die
Produced by Malcolm Clarke, William Guttentag
1987 - Young At Heart
Produced by Pamela Conn, Sue Marx
1986 - Women - For America, For the World
Directed and produced by Vivienne Verdon-Roe
Twenty-two prominent American women challenge the economic and political realities of the arms race.
1985 - Witness To War: Dr. Charlie Clements
Directed by Deborah Shaffer; produced by David Goodman.
Documents the career of Charlie Clements, an Air Force pilot whose Vietnamese War experiences convinced him that he had to build a new career as a physician, so that he could heal instead of kill. Focuses particularly on his work as a doctor in El Salvador during that country's conflict with Honduras in 1969.
1984 - The Stone Carvers
Produced by Marjorie Hunt, Paul Wagner
1983 - Flamenco at 5:15
Directed by Cynthia Scott; produced by Cynthia Scott, Adam Symansky
Shows how, for a brief interim each year, senior students at the National Ballet School of Canada meet with Susana and Antonio Robledo, flamenco dancers, teachers and choreographers, to learn flamenco dancing. Includes views of the students and their flamenco dancing as well as views of the students.
1982 - If You Love This Planet
Produced by Terri Nash.
Built around a lecture by the Australian pediatrician and nuclear critic Dr. Helen Caldicott who warns that nuclear disarmament must not be postponed.
1981 - Close Harmony
Produced by Nigel Noble
1980 - Karl Hess: Toward Liberty
Produced by Roland Hallé, Peter Ladue
1979 - Paul Robeson: Tribute to an Artist
Directed and written by Saul J. Turell
Briefly details Paul Robeson's artistic triumphs and political work between the time of his first Broadway appearance in 1924 and his death in 1976.
DVD 7280; vhs 992
1978 - Flight of the Gossamer Condor
Produced by Jacqueline Shedd
1977 - Gravity is My Enemy
Produced by John Joseph, Jan Stussy
1976 - Number Our Days
Directed and produced by Lynne Littman, Barbara G. Myerhoff.
Interviews conducted by anthropologist Barbara G. Myerhoff to document lives of Jewish senior citizens of Israel Levin Senior Adult Center, Venice, Calif.
DVD 9288; vhs 2150
1975 - The End of the Game
Directed by Robin Lehman, Claire Wilbur
1974 - Don't
Directed by Robin Lehman
1973 - Princeton: A Search for Answers
Directed by Julian Krainin, DeWitt Sage
1972 - This Tiny World (Deze kleine wereld)
Directed by Martina Huguenot van der Linden, Charles Huguenot van der Linden
1971 - Sentinels of Silence (Centinelas del silencio)
Directed by Robert Amram, Manuel Arango
1970 - Interviews with My Lai Veterans
Directed by Joseph Strick
1969 - Czechoslovakia 1968
Directed by Robert Fresco, Denis Sanders
1968 - Why Man Creates
Directed by Saul Bass, Elaine Bass
1967 - The Redwoods
Directed by Trevor Greenwood, Mark Harris
1966 - A Year Toward Tomorrow
Directed by Edmund Levy
1965 - To Be Alive!
Directed by Alexander Hammid, Francis Thompson
1964 - Nine from Little Rock
Directed by Charles Guggenheim
1963 - Chagall
Directed by Lauro Venturi
1962 - Dylan Thomas
Directed by Jack Howells
1961 - Project Hope
Directed by Frank Bibas
1960 - Giuseppina
Directed by James Hill
1959 - Glass
Directed by Bert Haanstra
1958 - AMA Girls
Directed by Ben Sharpsteen
1956 - The True Story of the Civil War
Directed by Louis Stoumen
1955 - Men Against the Arctic
Directed by Winston Hibler; produced by Walt Disney
1954 - Thursday's Children
Directed by Lindsay Anderson, Guy Brenton
1953 - The Alaskan Eskimo
Produced by Walt Disney
1952 - Neighbours
Directed by Norman McLaren.
1951 - Benjy
Directed by Fred Zinnemann
1950 - Why Korea?
Directed by Edmund Reek
1949 - A Chance to Live
Directed by James L. Shute; produced by Richard de Rochemont
1949 - So Much for So Little
Produced by Edward Selzer (Warner Brothers)
1948 - Toward Independence
Produced by the U. S. Army
1947 - First Steps
Directed by Hans Burger. Produced by United Nations Division of Films and Visual Education
1946 - Seeds of Destiny
Produced by United States War Department.
1945 - Hitler Lives?
Directed by Saul Elkins. Produced by Gordon Hollingshead
1944 - With the Marines At Tarawa
Produced by U. S. Marine Corp.
1943 - December 7th
Directed by John Ford and Gregg Toland for the Field Photographic Branch, Office of Strategic Services, U. S. Navy. A recreation combining actual footage A recreation combining actual footage of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
DVD 1090; vhs MM463; Video/C 2291; Video/C 3099
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