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Subject: Arts: Performing Arts

Conversations With Series: Film & TV Celebrities

Conversations With Series: Film & TV Celebrities

11 of 22 programs from the Conversation With... Series that offer personal interviews with an eclectic group of film and television celebrities who discuss their lives and their work. Produced by the College of Santa Fe. Programs available on 11 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in an 11-Disc Set. (Complete Series available on 22 individual DVDs, Digital Streaming Files or Videos; also in a 22-Disc Set.) Other focus areas in the series include: Artists and Authors/Screenwriters. For pricing call in US: 800.876.2447/Intl. 603.434.9262 or e-mail

List of Titles


Jo Harvey Allen

Jo Harvey Allen

Jo Harvey Allen is one of those talented people who has been able to combine her literary gifts as an author to the art of performance. In this interview, Ms. Allen, author of The Beautiful Waitress, talks about the creative process she goes through in getting to know her characters. With a constant smile Click for more


Carol Burnett

Carol Burnett

"Recommended. Ms. Burnett's story of success is an inspiring story of determination." -California ITC
"You must always play with the better tennis player; then your game will get better." -Carol Burnett
A star of stars, Carol Burnett is one of the most respected and admired people in Click for more


Joan Darling

Joan Darling

Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman - the name of this classic television series echoes a reminder of the days when the roles of women in the U.S. were just beginning to be scrutinized. Nevermore on television would stereotypical "housewife" roles be accepted by the American public. Not ironically, Joan Darling Click for more


Brian Dennehy

Brian Dennehy

Brian Dennehy is, professionally and literally speaking, a big star. Famous for his leading roles in film, television and theater, this powerful actor is also known as being brutally honest. Here, he not only disucusses his life on the stage and his strong desire to direct film and theater, but also he is openly Click for more


Zanne Devine

Zanne Devine

There are good movies, and there are bad movies. There are blockbuster hits, and financial disasters. And the truth is, there are more and more films being produced each year because people love to go to the movies. But who decides what movies are going to be released to the public? And how does an independent film Click for more


Chuck Jones

Chuck Jones

"Highly Recommended. This is rare and wonderful opportunity to remember Chuck Jones, the talented artist behind those world famous cartoons." -National Media Review
Chuck Jones (1912 - 2002) was one of America's greatest animators; he made over 300 animated films, was nominated for eight Oscars and Click for more


Michael Learned

Michael Learned

Michael Learned, actress of stage and film, is best known for her role as the mother of the family in the hit television series, The Waltons. In this personal interview Ms. Learned describes the difference betwen playing a mother and being a mother, saying in some ways it's hard to distinguish between Click for more


Ralph Levy

Ralph Levy

When you talk about early television in America, you automatically think about the great old-time stars like George Burns and Gracie Allen, Jack Benny, Ricky Ricardo and Lucille Ball. And the great thing about this "trip down memory lane" with Ralph Levy is: he worked with all of them! In fact, he was the Click for more


Jimmy Lydon

Jimmy Lydon

There isn't much Jimmy Lydon hasn't done in Hollywood, having been a film actor, director and producer. In this insightful interview, we learn how Mr. Lydon started his career as a stage actor in New York; then that he learned his trade by being the "kid" at RKO in the Henry Aldridge movies. With so much Click for more


Brooke Shields

Brooke Shields

One of the most beautiful and recognized women in the world is model and actress, Brooke Shields. And in many ways, this candid interview reveals why this well-known star is an important role model for many young artists. Ms. Shields' description of what it was like growing up as a child star is highlighted Click for more


Paul Junger Witt

Paul Junger Witt

Paul Junger Witt (The Golden Girls; The John Laroquette Show; Dead Poet's Society) discusses his work and his belief that the key to success lies in a broad-based Liberal Arts education. Witt began his career in the mid-60s, eventually working as a producer and director on such series as Here Come Click for more





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