Jackson Pollock

Becky Carolus (rjc@psulias.psu.edu)
Tue, 09 Sep 1997 10:42:43 -0500

>>Could someone help in locating a distributor for this film on videocassette?
>>
>>OCLC: 34263002
>>Jackson Pollock
>>Museum at Large Film Laboratory, 1951.
>

Title Jackson Pollock (F50872)
Physical Color; sound
Copyrighted 1987
Length 52:00 min
Distributor Films Incorporated (FI)
5547 NORTH RAVENSWOOD AVENUE
CHICAGO IL 60640-1199 (800)323-4222

Audience YA

Synopsis Born on the plains of Wyoming, Jackson Pollock (1912-1956)
was a country boy who became a star of the sophisticated
New York art world. Presents the truths and legends
surrounding this controversial "action painter" who
embodied the spirit of post-World War II America.

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Title Jackson Pollock: Portrait (F50457)
Physical Color; sound
Copyrighted 1984
Length 54:00 min
Distributor Direct Cinema (DCINEMA)
ATTN MITCH BLOCK
PO BOX 10003
LOS ANGELES CA 90410 (310)396-4774

Audience YA

Synopsis Profiles the life and work of Jackson Pollock through
interviews with friends, critics, other artists, and his
wife, Lee Krasner. Examines drawings and paintings from all
periods of Pollock's career and includes footage from a
1950 documentary depicting the artist at work using his
famous improvisatory technique. Directed by Amanda C. Pope;
produced by C.S. Ross and K. Lindsay. Blue Ribbon winner,
American Film Festival.

becky carolus
Administrative Assistant
Penn State Audiovisual Services
814-863-3101 or 800-826-0132
814-863-2574 (fax)
rjc@psulias.psu.edu or rjc5@psu.edu

"Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape."

becky carolus
Administrative Assistant
Penn State Audiovisual Services
814-863-3101 or 800-826-0132
814-863-2574 (fax)
rjc@psulias.psu.edu or rjc5@psu.edu

"Blessed are the flexible, for they shall not be bent out of shape."