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[Tijuana, Mexico] The New Tijuana

A history of Tijuana, Mexico showing the development of the city from a very small village to a modern metropolis of more than 2,000,000 inhabitants. The documentary emphasizes the relatively recent social, economic and political changes in the city. c1990. 58 min.

[Till, Emmett] The Murder of Emmett Till

The shameful, sadistic murder of 14-year-old Emmett Till, a black boy who whistled at a white woman in a Mississippi grocery store in 1955, was a powerful catalyst for the civil rights movement. Although Till's killers were apprehended, they were quickly acquitted by an all-white, all-male jury and proceeded to sell their story to a journalist, providing grisly details of the murder. Three months after Till's body was recovered, the Montgomery Bus Boycott began. Produced and directed by Stanley Nelson. Dist.: PBS. 2003. 60 min.

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American Library Association Video Round Table Notable Videos for Adults

Reviews and Articles:
Ralph Jr., James R. "The Murder of Emmett Till." Journal of American History, Dec2003, Vol. 90 Issue 3, p1137-1138, 2p Full-text of article/review is available: UC users only.

Segall, Rebecca; Holmberg, David. "Who Killed Emmett Till?" Nation; 2/3/2003, Vol. 276 Issue 4, p37-40, 4p Full-text of article/review is available: UC users only.

Wagner, Terry. "America's Civil Rights Revolution: Three Documentaries about Emmett Till's Murder in Mississippi (1955)." Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television; Jun2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p187-201, 15p Full-text of article/review is available: UC users only.

[Till, Emmett] The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till

This film that helped reopen one of history's most notorious cold case civil rights murders, is the result of the director's 10-year journey to uncover the truth. In August, 1955, Mamie Till-Mobley of Chicago sent her only child, Emmett Louis Till, to visit relatives in the Mississippi Delta. Little did she know that only 8 days later, Emmett would be abducted from his Great-Uncle's home, brutally beaten and murdered for one of the oldest Southern taboos : whistling at a white woman in public. It was Beauchamp's nine years of investigation, summarized in the film, that was primarily responsible for the reopening of the case by the Justice Department. 2005. 70 min.
Reviews and articles:
Awards National Board of Review, USA - Freedom of Expression Award Campbell, Christopher. "The Untold Story of Emmett Louis Till (2005): A Film by Keith Beauchamp." Southern Quarterly: A Journal of the Arts in the South, vol. 45, no. 4, pp. 172-174, Summer 2008 Full-text of this article / review is available:UC users only Segall, Rebecca; Holmberg, David. "Who Killed Emmett Till?" Nation; 2/3/2003, Vol. 276 Issue 4, p37-40, 4p Full-text of this article / review is available:UC users only Wagner, Terry. "America's Civil Rights Revolution: Three Documentaries about Emmett Till's Murder in Mississippi (1955)." Historical Journal of Film, Radio & Television; Jun2010, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p187-201, 15p Full-text of this article / review is available:UC users only

[Till, Gretchen and Creedon, Roddy]

The Importance of Remembering The National AIDS Memorial Design Competition. Presentation: Roddy Creedon, Gretchen Till ; panelists: Walter Hood, Reed Kroloff, Ken Ruebuch, Roddy Creedon. Presentation and panel discussion by jurors from the National Aids Memorial Design Competition, an open competition inviting architects to design a memorial for the National AIDS Memorial Grove in San Francisco. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on April 6, 2005. 86 min.

[Timberlake, James] KieranTimberlake

KieranTimberlake, founded by Stephen Kieran and James Timberlake, is a recognized leader in the "green" architecture movement. Based in Philadelphia, the firm has been developing innovative means to combine sustainable design principles with offsite construction for the mass customization of houses. The film focuses on Loblolly House, built in the Chesapeake Bay area of Maryland in 2007, and also the Cellophane House, a specially commissioned design for an exhibition at The Museum of Modern Art in 2008. Contents: Loblolly House (2007) -- Cellophane House (2008). Directed and edited by Tom Piper. c2009 26 min., 47 sec.

[Tinguely, Jean] Meta-mecano: die Entstehung des Museums Jean Tinguely

Follows the journey of Jean Tinguely's sculptures from his studio to a newly constructed museum in Basel, exploring his work along the way through the words of his associates, art critics and the artist himself. The process of designing the museum is also discussed. 1997. 64 min.

[Titian] Grandeur and Obedience. (Civilisation ; 7.)

Surveys the development of Western civilization in the 17th century as seen in the work of Titian, Rubens, and Bernini. Points out that the essence of baroque was the uniting of flesh and spirit, dogma and sensuality, obedience and freedom as shown in such religious figures as St. Ignatius, St. Teresa of Avila, and St. John of the Cross. 52 min.

[Tokyo] Tokyo Streets

This cinema verite presents extravagant fashions, musicians, painters, acrobats, street dancers and colorful crowds as seen against the background lights of modern Tokyo, a city that stays awake 24-hours a day. 2006. 75 min.

[Tokyo] Tokyo, the Eclectic Metropolis.

Examines diverse examples of modernistic architecture in Tokyo such as the Shonandai Cultural Center, designed by Itsuko Hasegawa; Kiyonori Kikutake's Edo Museum; skyscrapers in the Shinjuki district; Kazuo Shinohara's Centennial Hall, exemplifying progressive urban anarchy; the Yama Dori, in which Fumihiko Maki employed a modern deconstructionist approach; Shin Takamatsu's Moto Akasaka, done in a mannerist form; the International Port Terminal; and even Kisho Kurokawa's living capsules. Dist.: Films Media Group. c1999. 29 min.

[Tokyo] Tokyo: The Neon City (Global Cities series)

Examines the social implications of Tokyo's increasing reliance on skilled immigrant labor. This program looks at the social impact of these changes gathering commentary from a wide range of Japanese society about multiculturalism, racism and interracial marriage. Dist.: Films Media Group. 2005. 26 min.

[Toni Morrison] A World of Ideas with Bill Moyers.

Moyers talks with Morrison about how the invented world of fiction connects with life, about the inner city, the liberation of love and motherhood, the new world black woman who defies the master narrative. 1990. 60 min.

[Toni Morrison] Charlie Rose.

Charlie Rose interviews Nobel and Pulitzer prize winning author Toni Morrison, discussing her new book, "Paradise", her life, and her views on America and the issues facing the country. Episode number and air date from cassette label. Broadcast Jan. 19, 1998. 58 min.

[Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri] Brush and Barre: The Life and Work of Toulouse-Lautrec

Documents the development of a multimedia dance theater work, based on the life and work of Toulouse-Lautrec, choreographed by Linda Fowler at UCLA. Intercuts rehearsals of the work, views of Toulouse-Lautrec's paintings and graphics, and old photographs depicting Lautrec's life, visual style and philosophy. Concludes with a performance of the work. 1979. 59 min.

[Toulouse-Lautrec, Henri] Toulouse-Lautrec (Portrait of an Artist)

This program follows the colorful life and ground breaking work of the French painter Toulouse-Lautrec. A great artist and devotee of Parisian night life, he painted his haunts with a sharp eye that saw beneath the gay surface to the corrupt underneath. In his superb lithographic posters he produced for these clubs, Lautrec pioneered a style that shaped the future of graphic art. c1988. 60 min.

[Trakas, George] George Trakas

A lecture by George Trakas, an environmental sculptor whose interest in water resource issues, tides, currents and shoreline construction is manifest in a wide range of projects, in collaboration with architects whose projects evidence concern with the environmental issues of design. In this lecture he presents visual samples of his sculptures integrated into a wide range of projects. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 71 min.

[Tresigallo, Italy] Tresigallo in dove il marmo e zucchero: con Diego Marani

A personal meditation by Italian novelist and essayist Diego Marani as he explores the architecture of the city of Tresigallo. 22 min.

[Trotsky, Leon] Asaltar los cielos

Depicts one of the most controversial historical events of the 20th century: The assassination of Leon Trotsky, a communist who was instrumental in founding the Red Army and the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party. His assassin, Ramon Mercader, one of Lenin's most loyal followers remained a mystery his entire life. Directed by Javier Rioyo, Jose-Luis Lopez Linares. 1996. 96 min.

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[Trotsky, Leon] Trotsky y Mexico: dos revoluciones del siglo XX

The documentary looks at the life of Trotsky and the Russian Revolution in relation to the Mexican Revolution. The first part of the film focuses on Trotsky's role in the Russian Revolution, and his actions that led to his exile. The second part shows the political and social situation in Mexico and its integration into the international scene when Trotsky arrived in 1937. Finally, the film looks at Trotsky's time in Mexico until his death. Directed by Adolfo Garc�a Videla. Presented at the International Latino Film Festival held in the San Francisco Bay Area. 2006. 28 min.

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[Tsien, Billie] The New Modernists: Nine American Architects.

Interviews with architects Tod Williams, Billie Tsien, Henry Smith-Miller, Laurie Hawkinson, Steven Holl, Tom Mayne, Michael Rotondi, Stanley Saitowitz, and Mark Mack. Dist.: Michael Blackwood Productions. 1993. 56 min.

[Tsurumaki, Marc and Lewis, Paul] Satirical Efficiencies

A lecture by Marc Tsurumaki and Paul Lewis of the New York architectural firm Lewis-Tsurumaki-Lewis. The lecture highlights the firm's recent speculative and built work which expands beyond traditional architecture to include multi-media installations, architecture fabrication and construction, and the theory and practice of digital technology. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on May 2, 2002. 90 min.

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