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[Saarinen, Eliel] Hvittrask.

Film depicts the studio house Hvittrask, located near Helsinki, designed and built by Eliel Saarinen. Also provides an account of Saarinen's other creations including buildings in the U.S., including town plans. 199-? 14 min.

[Saitowitz, Stanley] M-Arch 77

A lecture by University of California, Berkeley professor and architect Stanley Saitowitz. Saitowitz's approach to design is considered "human geography," and is especially cogniscent of the relation of building and setting. A particular concept is established for each architectural project to give unique measure to the specific program and site. Lecture is accompanied by slides of various projects by Saitowitz. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on September 17, 2003. 87 min.

[Saitowitz, Stanley] 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.

[Salgado, Sebastiao] Migrations, Humanity in Transition by Sebastiao Salgado: Follow-up Discussion to the Avenali Lecture

A panel discussion of the work and issues presented by the Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado in his ethnographic photographic collection "Migrations: photographs by Sebastiao Salgado," which presents a commentary on human migration and the social ramifications of globalization. "Produced in conjunction with the exhibition of Migrations: Photographs by Sebastiao Salgado at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and the Pacific Film Archive, January 16-March 24, 2002." Held on February 13, 2002 at the University of California, Berkeley. 120 min. View it with RealPlayer

[Salgado, Sebastiao] Migrations, Humanity in Transition by Sebastiao Salgado: Followed by a Conversation with Orville Schell

Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado comments on his photographic collection "Migrations: photographs by Sebastiao Salgado," which range across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America. Salgado sees evidence of what he calls "a revolution in the way we live, produce, communicate and travel," often summarized by the catchword "globalization." His presentation is followed by a conversation with the author Orville Schell who continues the discussion on Salgado's work and visions of the social ramifications of globalization. "Produced in conjunction with the exhibition of Migrations: Photographs by Sebastiao Salgado at the University of California Berkeley Art Museum and the Pacific Film Archive, January 16-March 24, 2002.". Held on February 11, 2002 at the University of California, Berkeley. 85 min.

[Salgado, Sebastiao] Sebastiao Salgado

Presents a conversation with Sebastiao Salgado, an Uruguayan Paris-based photojournalist who has documented the lives of Latin American peasants, diamond mine workers in Brazil and famine in Africa. He is accompanied in this discussion with UCB professor Ken Light and photo critic and curator, Fred Ritchin. Recorded by Educational Technology Services, University of California, Berkeley on October 27, 2004. 93 min. View it on BerkeleyTV via YouTube.

[Salgado, Sebastiao] The Spectre of Hope

Noted Brazilian photographer Sebastiao Salgado and art critic John Berger pore over Salgado's photographic collection "Migrations," six years and 43 countries in the making (ranging across Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and Latin America). "Migrations" contains photographs of people pushed from their homes and traditions to cities and their margins -- slums and refugee camps. Here their intimate conversation, intercut wiht photographs from "Migrations," combines a discussion of Salgado's work with their critique of globalization, creating a wide-ranging investigation of the power of the image. 2000. 52 min. ; web web sites: Description from Icarus Films catalog

[Sanchez, Javier] Recent work by Higuera + Sanchez.

A lecture by Javier Sanchez of the architectural firm Higuera + Sanchez of Mexico City. "When the state is not able to provide infrastructure and required services, architects must develop strategies to meet the needs of citizens. By small steps, well designed buildings propose new forms of making urban life better." This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 27, 2004. 90 min.

[Sanchez, Juan Felix] Juan Felix Sanchez

Juan Felix Sanchez is a Venezuelan folk artist who is a legend in his own time. This sensitive, poetic portrait explores the life and works of the artist who has lived for decades in a lush valley 12,000 feet up in the Andes. Captures his passion, purity and optimism, and shows some of his work in weaving, sculpture, and architecture. c198?. 30 min.

[Sanchez, Sonia] Sonia Sanchez.

Sonia Sanchez, poet, teacher, and activist, reads from her books of poetry and talks with students at Georgetown University on September 17, 1990. She is interviewed by Lewis MacAdams in Washington D.C. 60 min.

[Sanders, Joel] Gender, Sexuality and the Landscape/Architecture Divide

This lecture is presented by Joel Sanders, principal of Joel Sanders, Architect practicing in New York City, Associate Professor of Architecture at Yale University and the 2009-10 Arcus Endowment Scholar-in-Residence, at UC Berkeley. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 17, 2010. 73 min.

[Sauer, Rolf] Rolf Sauer

A lecture by landscape architect, Rolf Sauer, a founding partner of the landscape architecture firm Andropogan Associates. Mr. Sauer is highly recognized for his commitment to developing ecologically sound alternatives to conventional practices and the ecological restoration of properties. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley in 1999. 72 min.

[Savio, Mario] ACLU Sonoma County Chapter Meeting, 2/24/95

Mario Savio presents the keynote address at a meeting of members of the Sonoma County Chapter of the ACLU about political trends in California (circa. 1995) concerning resistance to anti-immigrant legislation and the gutting of affirmative action programs. Recorded on February 24, 1995 at an ACLU of Sonoma County dinner in Sebastapol, California.

[Savio, Mario] ACLU Sonoma County Chapter Meeting, 2/24/95

Mario Savio presents the keynote address at a meeting of members of the Sonoma County Chapter of the ACLU about political trends in California (circa. 1995) concerning resistance to anti-immigrant legislation and the gutting of affirmative action programs. Recorded on February 24, 1995 at an ACLU of Sonoma County dinner in Sebastapol, California.

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[Savio, Mario] Graduation speech, Sidwell Friends School

A commencement address delivered by Mario Savio at his son Nadav's high school graduation from Sidwell Friends School in Washington, D.C. Presented on June 10, 1988. 33 min.

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[Savio, Mario] Reflections on the Free Speech Movement: Mario Savio.

Mario Savio addresses students in a History of Consciousness Class at the University of California, Santa Cruz. Speech followed by questions from the audience. Presented on November 15, 1995. 86 min. ;

[Scarpa, Carlo] Carlo Scarpa.

Scarpa's unique ability to successfully incorporate his own designs into historical renovation projects is shown at several locations, including the 15th-century Castelvecchio in Verona and Palazzo Abatellis in Palermo. Brion Memorial--one of the great enigmas of modern architecture--is examined as a hybrid of classical, abstract, and Japanese architectural forms. In Venice, craftsmen and fellow architects fondly remember Scarpa's endless experimentation with color and textures. Dist.: Films Media Group. 1997. 58 min.

[Scarpa, Lawrence] Ordinary and Extraordinary.

A lecture presented by architect Lawrence Scarpa of the architectural firm Pugh + Scarpa. The firm has been recognized for the creation of environmentally friendly buildings as well as the development of technically advanced and economical designs. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on February 11, 2004. 67 min.

[Scarpa, Tobia] Reflections on the Experiences of a Designer

This lecture is presented by Tobia Scarpa, renowned Italian architect and interior, furniture, and lighting designer. He has a career spanning over 50 years with his wife and partner, Afra Scarpa. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on October 20, 2009. 60 min.

[Schindler, Rudolph M.] R.M. Schindler: The Lovell Beach House. (Anthony Roland Collection of Films on Art.)

Analyses the Lovell Beach house designed by Rudolph Schindler as an American adaptation of International Style architecture. Compares Schindler's building with one by Richard Neustra to demostrate different solutions to very similar requirements. 1975. 29 min.

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