American Film Foundation: Academy Award®-Winning Filmmakers
Academy Award®-Winning Documentary Filmmakers
American Film Foundation
Sanders and Mock Productions
WRITING:
BIRD BY BIRD: ANNE LAMOTT
RAY BRADBURY
WRESTLING WITH ANGELS
SCREENWRITERS:
- CARL FOREMAN
- WILLIAM GOLDMAN
- PAUL MAZURSKY
- ELEANOR PERRY
- NEIL SIMON
- ROBERT TOWNE
MUSIC:
AARON COPLAND PORTRAIT
NEVER GIVE UP: HERBERT ZIPPER
SING!
PORTRAIT OF ZUBIN MEHTA
TO BE A MUSICIAN SERIES
ARTISTS:
EYES OF DON BACHARDY
INTERREGNUM/GROSZ
MAYA LIN
MIRIAM WOSK
WORLD ACCORDING TO DORA
BIOGRAPHY:
LILLIAN GISH
LEGEND OF MARILYN MONROE
ROSE KENNEDY
MEDICINE:
FIGHTING FOR LIFE
TO LIVE OR LET DIE
WAR:
A TIME OUT OF WAR
RETURN WITH HONOR
WAR HUNT
LIBRARY FILMS:
INTO THE FUTURE
SLOW FIRES
THE JAPAN PROJECT:
- MADE IN AMERICA
- MADE IN JAPAN
MOVIES:
CRIME & PUNISHMENT, USA
LOS ANGELS
THEY WENT THAT-A-WAY

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