Judith Hallet independent film collection, 1967-2014

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Hallet, Judith Dwan, 1941-
Title
Judith Hallet independent film collection
Dates
1967-2014 (inclusive)
Quantity
59 16mm film reels, 34 DVDs, 1 Mini DV, 51 U-matics, 19 VHS videocassettes, 1 1 inch videotape, 1 audiocassette, 99 betacams, 5 DAT, 2 DVs, 1 microcassette, 1 reel-to-reel audiotape.
Collection Number
A0831
Summary
The Judith Hallet independent film collection (1967-2014) consists of Judith Hallet's work as a producer, director, and witer on various news stories, documentaries, and experimental films. This collection is part of the Utah Independent Film Archive (UIFA).
Repository
University of Utah Libraries, Special Collections
Special Collections, J. Willard Marriott Library
University of Utah
295 South 1500 East
Salt Lake City, UT
84112-0860

Telephone: 8015818863
special@library.utah.edu
Access Restrictions

Materials must be used on-site; no use of original material, access copies will be made available for viewing. Most items have been digitized and are available. Access to parts of this collection may be restricted under provisions of state or federal law, condition of the material, or by donor.

Languages
English

Biographical NoteReturn to Top

Judith Hallet is an award winning director, writer, producer, and documentary filmmaker, who began her career in Utah and is now based in Washington, D.C.. She is especially well known for her documentary "Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla" and her work with National Geographic.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

The Judith Hallet independent film collection (1967-2014) consits of the final cuts and production elements of Judith Hallet's experimental and documentary films. The collection contains work broadcast on KUTV, NBC, National Geographic Television, and more.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

The library does not claim to control copyright for all materials in the collection. An individual depicted in a reproduction has privacy rights as outlined in Title 45 CFR, part 46 (Protection of Human Subjects). For further information, please review the J. Willard Marriott Library’s Use Agreement and Reproduction Request forms.

Preferred Citation

Initial Citation: Judith Hallet independent film collection A0831, Special Collections and Archives. University of Utah, J. Willard Marriott. Salt Lake City, Utah.

Following Citations:A0831.

Administrative InformationReturn to Top

Arrangement

The materials are arranged predominantly in chronological order.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Judith Hallet.

Processing Note

Processed by Deborah Landis in 2019.

Related Materials

See also the Judith Hallet papers, Accn 3087. Additional copies or materials related to Hallet's work may also be found in the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company audio-visual collection (A0673), the KUTV News audio-visual collection (A0303), and the Diane Orr independent film collection (A0428).

Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

Original Donation, 1967-2014Return to Top

Container(s): Series 1

These items were donated to the Judith Hallet independent film collection prior to 2018.

Container(s) Description Dates
Reel
1
Football, Trains
video, sound
16mm film
Football is an experimental film on a University of Utah football game. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Trains is an experimental film on freight trains using solorizing effects. Projected on two screens. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Run time: 6:00. Digital recording available upon request.
1967
2-3
Prologue Two
video, sound
16mm film
Repertory Dance Company dancing on the Salt Flats. An experimentation in color and movement. A three screen presentation to close their 1968 dance concert. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Repertory Dance Company. Digital recording available upon request. Run time: 7:00.
1968
4
Epilogue Two
video, sound
16mm film
Repertory Dance Company dancing on the Salt Flats. An experimentation in color and movement. A three screen presentation to close their 1968 dance concert. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Repertory Dance Company. Run time: 6:00. Digital recording available upon request.
1968
5
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia
video, sound
16mm film
A study of Berer villages in Southern Tunisia. Ford Foundation grant. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant: Père André Louis. Assistants: Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Run time: 30:00. DVD available.
1968
6
Child of Dance
video, sound
16mm film
Teaching children under five the joys of modern dance. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Virginia Tanner Dance Studios. Digital recording available upon request. Run time: 9:00.
1969
7-8
Looking for a Space (Freshmen Orientation Film)
video, sound
16mm film
Student concerns at the University of Utah. Commisioned by the Freshmen Orientation Committee, University of Utah. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Run time: 20:00. DVD available.
1969
9
Wash
video, sound
16mm film
Experiments in movement with the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company in a car wash. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Chicago Film Festival Honorable Mention. Run time: 10:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. DVD available.
1970
10-11
Education for Survival
video, sound
16mm film
A profile on the Teacher's Corps. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet and Mort Rosenfeld for the Teacher's Corps. Run time: 30:00. DVD available.
1971
12-13
French Language Immersion Film
video, sound
16mm film
A language teaching film. French Master's Thesis for the University of Utah. A film by Judy Hallet. Run time: 10:00.
1971
14
Nomads of Badakshan
video, sound
16mm film
Afghan nomads moving from their summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet. Won the Chicago festival of Anthropology on Film award, and was a finalist in the New York American Film Festival. Run time: 26:00.
1972
15
The Painted Truck
video, sound
16mm film
An Afghan truck gets a colorful paint job and takes a trip to Bamiyan. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet and Sebastian Schroeder. The film had special screenings at the Museum of Man in Paris, France, the Asia House in New York, the Middle East Institutes in New York, and Washington D.C. Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. Run time: 30:00. DVD available.
1972
cassette
16
Move It
video, sound
Mini-DV videocassette
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company performing in the Utah landscape from the mountains to the salt flats. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company. Run time: 18:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection.
1973
17
The Longest War
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of Dennis Banks and the take-over in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Producer: Diane Orr. Camera: Sid Crandall and Judy Hallet. Editor: Judy Hallet. American Film Festival Finalist, San Francisco State Media Award, and 1st Place award at the 8th International Festival of cinema in Switzerland. Run time: 30:00. Digital file available upon request.
1973
Reel
18-19
The Longest War
video, sound
16mm film
Profile of Dennis Banks and the take-over in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Producer: Diane Orr. Camera: Sid Crandall and Judy Hallet. Editor: Judy Hallet. American Film Festival Finalist, San Francisco State Media Award, and 1st Place award at the 8th International Festival of cinema in Switzerland. Run time: 30:00. Digital file available upon request.
1973
20
Utah for Sale
video, sound
16mm film
Land fraud and deception in Utah. Produced by Diane Orr and Judy Hallet. Camera: Sidney Crandall and Judy Hallet. Edited by Judy Hallet. Run time: 18:00.
1973
21
Eight Children
video, sound
16mm film
Emotionally disterbed pre-school children. Producer: Diane Orr. Camera: Judy Hallet and Sid Crandall. Editor: Judy Hallet. Run time: 30:00. DVD available.
1974
22-25
I Love to Be Happy
video, sound
16mm film
Dance in Utah: Ballet West, Repertory Dance Company, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company and others. A film by Judy Hallet. Camera Stanley Hallet. Won 1st place at the 2nd International Festival of Women's Films in New York and was a finalist in the American Film Festival. Run time: 26:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. DVD available.
1975
cassette
26
I Love to be Happy (Dance in Utah)
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Dance in Utah: Ballet West, Repertory Dance Company, Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company and others. A film by Judy Hallet. Camera Stanley Hallet. Won 1st place at the 2nd International Festival of Women's Films in New York and was a finalist in the American Film Festival. Run time: 26:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. DVD available.
1975
Reel
27
Sure I Can Dance
video, sound
16mm film
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company teaching in Mesa, Arizona. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company. Was a finalist in the American Film Festival in New York. Recieved a Certificate of Merit at the 7th Annual Film and Video Festival in New York and the Dance Films Competition in New York. Run time: 26:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. DVD available.
1975
cassette
28
What Price Power?
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
An investigative report on five proposed coal fired power plants in Southern Utah with an interview with Robert Redford. Produced/written and reported by Luck Severson. Camera: Sidney Crandall. Sound Recordist and editor: Judy Hallet. Run time: 30:00.
1976
29
A Day We Won't Forget
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
The Teton Dam Disaster in Idaho. Produced and reported by: Sandy Gilmour, Judy Hallet and Diane Orr. Camera: Sidney Crandall and C. Larry Roberts. Was a finalist at the American Film festival in New York. Run time: 26:00.
1977
Reel
30
A Day We Won't Forget
video, sound
16mm film
The Teton Dam Disaster in Idaho. Produced and reported by: Sandy Gilmour, Judy Hallet and Diane Orr. Camera: Sidney Crandall and C. Larry Roberts. Was a finalist at the American Film festival in New York. Run time: 26:00.
1977
31
Her Honor the Judge
video, sound
16mm film
Profile of Utah's first Congresswoman, Riva Beck Besone. Producers: Diane Orr and Judy Hallet. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera C. Larry Roberts. Won 2nd Place at the Denver International Film Festival. Run time: 26:00.
1977
cassette
32
A Very Special Dance and Her Honor the Judge
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A Very Special Dance (1977): Mentally and physically handicaped adults discover the joy of dance. Producers/reporters: Judy Hallet and Karl Idsvoog. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Won 1st place at the 13th Motion Picture Seminar of the Northwest, 2nd place at the 9th Annual Dance/Video Festival of New York, the NATPE IRIS Award, 1st Place at the Dever International Film Festival, was a finalist in the 2nd International Rehabilitation Film Festival, and won at the American Film Festival. Her Honor the Judge (1978): Profile of Utah's first Congresswoman, Riva Beck Besone. Producers: Diane Orr and Judy Hallet. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera C. Larry Roberts. Won 2nd Place at the Denver International Film Festival. Run time: 36:00.
1977; 1978
33
Karen Gibbs, Timberjack Joe, Beverly Sills, Rodeo Clown, Grizzly Adams, 12 Days of Christmas, Waterwitch, Mrs. Matheson, Mrs. Kimball, Maurice Whipple
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Karen Gibbs (1977): A profile on a local Utah folk singer. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Timberjack Joe (1978): A Profile of the last of teh year round mountain men living in Wyoming. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Dencer International Film Festival. Beverly Sills (1977): Profile of Metropolitan Opera singe, Beverly Sills. Interviewed when visiting Utah. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Rodeo Clown (1978): A profile of a rodeo clown. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Denver International Film Festival. Grizzly Adams (1977): Behind the scenes of the TV series, "Grizzly Adams" on location in Utah. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. 12 Days of Christmas (1977): The baker, the candlestick maker, the Utah Symphony and people on the street singing "Twelve Days of Christmas" for EXTRA's Christmas program. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Waterwitch (1977): A water witch looking for water in the Utah desert with a forked branch. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Mrs. Kimball (1977): A conversation with Mrs. Kimball, the wife of the the President of the Mormon Church. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Maurice Whipple (1977): A profile on Utah author, Maurice Whipple who wrote "Giant Joshua". Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Run time: 30:00. Digital file available upon request.
1977; 1978
Reel
34-36
A Very Special Dance
video, sound
16mm film
A Very Special Dance (1977): Mentally and physically handicaped adults discover the joy of dance. Producers/reporters: Judy Hallet and Karl Idsvoog. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Won 1st place at the 13th Motion Picture Seminar of the Northwest, 2nd place at the 9th Annual Dance/Video Festival of New York, the NATPE IRIS Award, 1st Place at the Dever International Film Festival, was a finalist in the 2nd International Rehabilitation Film Festival, and won at the American Film Festival. Run time: 16:00. DVD available.
1978
cassette
37-38
A Very Special Dance
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A Very Special Dance (1977): Mentally and physically handicaped adults discover the joy of dance. Producers/reporters: Judy Hallet and Karl Idsvoog. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Won 1st place at the 13th Motion Picture Seminar of the Northwest, 2nd place at the 9th Annual Dance/Video Festival of New York, the NATPE IRIS Award, 1st Place at the Dever International Film Festival, was a finalist in the 2nd International Rehabilitation Film Festival, and won at the American Film Festival. Run time: 10:00. DVD available.
1978
Reel
39
The Rodeo Clown
video, sound
16mm film
A profile of a rodeo clown. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Denver International Film Festival. Run time: 5:00. DVD available.
1978
40
Timberjack Joe
video, sound
16mm film
A profile of the last year round mountain men living in Wyoming. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Denver International Film Festival. Run time: 7:00. DVD available.
1978
cassette
41
Rodeo Clown, Timberjack Joe, Anna Bliss, Kay and Reds Restaurant, Triathalon, Skating, David Gardner, Liberty Park
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Rodeo Clown (1978): A profile of a rodeo clown. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Denver International Film Festival. Timberjack Joe (1978): A profile of the last year round mountain men living in Wyoming. Produced and edited by Judy Hallet. Selected for showing at the Denver International Film Festival. DVD available. Anna Bliss (1978): One of the country's leading abstract artists works in a small store front studio in Salt Lake City. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Kay and Reds Restaurant (1979): One of the last of Salt Lake's mom and pop cafés - most noted for Kay's smile and Red's homemade sweet rolls. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. David Gardner (1979): Profile of the President of the University of Utah. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Run time: 36:00. Digital file available upon request.
1978; 1978
disc
42
Anna Bliss
video, sound
DVD
One of the country's leading abstract artists works in a small store front studio in Salt Lake City. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 4:00. Digital file available upon request.
1979
cassette
43
Judy's Search for Santa, Jong Soo Hallet arrived in Salt Lake City
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Judy Hallet searches for the real Santa Clause in the Wasatch Mountains. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 7:00. Digital file available upon request.
1979
44
Outward Bound
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Nine women over thirty spend ten days coping in Utah's Capitol Reef National Park wilderness. Producers: Diane Orr and Judy Hallet. Editor: Judy Hallet. Camera Greg Droubay. Run time: 18:00. Digital file available upon request.
1979
Reel
45-47
The New Maestro
video, sound
16mm film
Profile of Verujan Kojian. the new conductor of the Utah Symphony replacing Maurice Abravanel. Produced and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Run time: 16:00. DVD available.
1980
cassette
48
The Unadoptables in Utah, Susan Stamburg, Mary Cleve, the Gambler Ken Wood, Stepfamities in Utah, The New Maestro
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
The Unadoptables in Utah (1980): These are the children that no one wants to adopt. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Susan Stamburg (1980): Profile of the co-host of "All Things Considered" on National Public Radio. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Mary Cleve (1980): Profile on woman astronaut, Mary Cleve. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. The Gambler Ken Wood (1980): Profile on a compulsive gambler in Jackpot, Nevada. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Stepfamilies in Utah (1980): Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. The New Maestro (1980): Profile of Verujan Koijan, the new conductor of the Utah Symphony replacing Maurice Abracanel. Produced and writen by Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Run time: 51:00. Digital file available upon request.
1979
49
Claymation - Will Vinton
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of filmmaker, Will Vinton who works in clay animation. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 7:00. Digital file available upon request.
1981
50
Family Home Evening at the Utah Prison
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Mormon families adopt a prisoner at the Utah State Prison. Every Week they visit their prisoner to discuss scriptures and play parlor games. Produced and reported by Judith Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved an Honorable Mention from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Run time: 8:00.
1981
51
Ont the Verge of War, The Return of the Black Hills to the Sioux Nation, Bugman, Family Home Evening at the Utah Prison.
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
On the Verge of War: The Navajo/Hopi land dispute. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. CAmera and editor: Ken Fall. The Return of the Black Hills to the Sioux Nation: The Sioux Indians claim the Black Hills belong to them. They set up Yellow Thunder Camp in protest in the Black Hills. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Bugman: Ron Taylor believes we can have a satisfactory protien diet living off of bugs. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Family Home Evening at the Utah Prison: Mormon families adopt a prisoner at the Utah State Prison. Every week they visit their prisoner to discus scriptures and play parlor games. Produced and reported by Judith Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved an Honorable Mention from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Run time: 44:00. Digital file available upon request.
1981
52
Special Love: Love and the Mentall Handicapped, Premature Babies, Teenage Drinking
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
The case study of Jeannie and Cory who want to get married, but are both mentally retarded. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved Rocky Mountain Emmy Nomination and 1st place at the Utah Short Film and Video Festival. Run time: 8:00. Digital file available upon request.
1981
53
On the Verge of War, Aida and the Utah Opera Company, Family Home Evening at the Utah Prison, Ansel Adams
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
On the Verge of War: The Navajo/Hopi land dispute. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. CAmera and editor: Ken Fall. Aida and the Utah Opera Company: A profile on Glade Peterson with the Utah Opera Company preforming "Aida". Produced and reported by Judith Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Recieved 2nd place for the Iris Award for NAPTE, a Rocky Mountain Emmy Nomination, and an honorable mention from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Family Home Evening at the Utah Prison: Mormon families adopt a prisoner at the Utah State Prison. Every week they visit their prisoner to discus scriptures and play parlor games. Produced and reported by Judith Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved an Honorable Mention from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Ansel Adams: Profile on photographer Ansel Adams at his home in Carmel, California. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 47:00. Digital file available upon request.
1981; 1982
54-55
Kim Williams, Buckminster Fuller, Diane Ellingson, Blue Corn, Ansel Adams, Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Kim Williams (1981): Profile of environmentalist and National Public Radio commentator, Kim Williams, known as "The Bag Lady of Missoula Montanna". Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Buckminster Fuller (1982): Profile of still photographer Buckminster Fuller at his home in Pacific Palisades, California. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Diane Ellingson (1982): Profile of University of Utah gymnast, Diane Ellingson, who broke her neck while performing for her team. We follow her fight back over several months as she geos through physical therapy. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Blue Corn (1983): Blue Corn is a pueble potter in San Ildefonso, New Mexico who rediscovered the art of making polychrome pottery. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Ansel Adams (1982): Profile on photographer Ansel Adams at his home in Carmel, California Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera editor: Greg Droubay. Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright (1981): Profile on Mrs. Frank Lloyd Wright at her school in Teliesen West Arizona. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Run time: 36:00. Digital file available upon request.
1981; 1982; 1983
56
2 Pieces, The Company
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of Joan Woodbury and Shirley Ririe, co-founders of the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Editor: Don Yanik. Run time: 9:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. Digital file available upon request.
1982
57
The Company
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of Joan Woodbury and Shirley Ririe, co-founders of the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera: Ken Fall. Editor: Don Yanik. Run time: 9:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-visual collection. Digital file available upon request.
1982
58
Diane Ellingson, Missing Children, Dr. Card, Dorothy Solomon, etc.
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Diane Ellingson: Profile of University of Utah gymnast, Diane Ellingson, who broke her neck while performing for her team. We follow her fight back over several months as she goes through physical therapy. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Missing Children: A profile on four families whose children have been kidnapped. What can be done to help parents with missing children. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Dr. Card: A Utah psychologist who treats homosexuals who want to change their sexual preference through bio-feedback. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Dorothy Solomon: A profile of Utah writer Dorothy Solomon who grew up in a polygamist family. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 30:00. Digital file available upon request.
1983
59
Bluecorn - A. Pottery and Fire
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Blue Corn is a pueblo potter in San Ildefonso, New Mexico who rediscovered the art of making polychrome potter. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 6:00. Digital file available upon request.
1983
60
Bluecorn - B
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Blue Corn is a pueblo potter in San Ildefonso, New Mexico who rediscovered the art of making polychrome potter. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 6:00. Digital file available upon request.
1983
61
Maurice Abravanel
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A Profile on retired Salt Lake City Symphony Conductor, Maurice Abravanel. Produced and Reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 12:00.
1983
62
Utah Tongans
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Tongans living in Salt Lake City trying to adapt to the American Way of life. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Run time: 7:00. Digital file available upon request.
1983
63
Faces of the Street, On the Verge of War, Maurice Abravanel
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Faces of the Street (1983): The homeless in Salt Lake City, Utah. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved 1st place at the Utah Film and Video Festival, an Emmy Nomination, 2nd place at the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Certificate of Merit from the Chicago International Film Festival. On the Verge of War (1981): The Navajo/Hopi land dispute. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved a Rocky Moundtain Emmy Nomination and 2nd place from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Maurice Abravanel (1983): Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 58:00.
1983; 1981
64
A Life of Crime
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Utah's criminal justice system and the problem of repeat offenders. Producer/reporters: Judy Hallet and Deborah Lindner. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved the Special Jury Award from the San Francisco International Film Festival, 1st place at the Utah Film and Video Festival, and the Gold Award from the International Film and TV Festival of New York. Run time: 60:00.
1984
65
A Life of Crime - Documentary and Town Meeting
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Utah's criminal justice system and the problem of repeat offenders. Producer/reporters: Judy Hallet and Deborah Lindner. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved the Special Jury Award from the San Francisco International Film Festival, 1st place at the Utah Film and Video Festival, and the Gold Award from the International Film and TV Festival of New York. Run time: 60:00.
1984
66-67
Scott Matheson, The Citizen Govenor
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of two term Utah govenor, Scott Matheson. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 26:00. Digital file available upon request.
1984
68-71
The Mormons: Living in Zion
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profiles of Mormons living in Utah. Producer/reporters: Judy Hallet and Deborah Lidner. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved the Red Ribbon award at the American Film Festival of New York and an Honorable Mention at the Ohio State Award. Run time: 54:00.
1984
72
The Buckaroos
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A profile of working cowboy poets in Idaho and Nevada. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved the Rocky Mountain Emmy, NAPTE IRIS award, 1st place from the Utah Societt of Professional Journalists, and 1st place at the Utah Film and Video Festival. Run time: 28:00.
1984
73
Project 2000
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
1985
74
2000: Jigsaw Valley Master
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Salt Lake City in the year 2000. Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet, Bill Lord, and Mike Youngren. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Run time: 27:00.
1986
75
Project 2000: Frontier Medicine in Utah
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A fund raising documentary for the University of Utah Medical Center looking at their medical technology at their Health Sciences Center. Producers: Judy Hallet and Greg Droubay. Writers: Judy Hallet, Bill Lord and Mike Youngren. Camera and editor: Greg Droubay. Run time: 27:00.
1986
76
Bye Bye Judy
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Produced by Ken Fall.
1986
77
The Last Stand of the Tarahumaras
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Profile of the Tarahumara Indians of Northern Mexico. Producer/reporters: Judy Hallet and Mike Rossen. Camera and editor: Bill Tumpowski. Won the NATPE IRIS Award. Run time: 28:00.
1986
78
The Western Shoshones: Who Owns the Land?
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Does the land belong to the U.S. government or the Western Shoshones? Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera: Paul Thiriot. Editor: Glenn Elvington. Run time: 26:00.
1987
79-80
The Western Shoshones: Who Owns the Land?
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Does the land belong to the U.S. government of the Western Shoshones? Produced and reported by Judy Hallet. Camera: Paul Thiriot. Editor:Glenn Elvington. Run time: 26:00.
1987
disc
81
El Dorado Gold
video, sound
DVD
Fortune Seekers mine for gold in Venezuela's rain forest. Producer/directors: Judy Hallet and Wolfgang Bayer. Camera: Wolfgang Bayer. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Recieved the Gold Award at the 1989 Houston International Film Festival. Run time: 25:00. DVD available.
1988
82
Geography Bee
video, sound
DVD
Following three different competitors to Washington DC for the National Geographic Soviety Geography Bee. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: Foster Wiley. Editor: Loye Millet. Writer: John Bredar. Run time: 13:00. DVD available.
1990
83
Gauchos
video, sound
DVD
Gauchos in Argentina from Corrientes, Salta and Patagonia. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Associate Producer in field: Diego Rueda. Associate Producer in office: John Bredar Composer: Fred Karns. Recieved an Emmy nomination. Run time: 25:00. DVD available.
1991
cassette
84
Battle for the Great Plains
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and directed by Judy Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Produced for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle Award and an award form the British and American Environmental Media Awards. Run time: 60:00.
1992
disc
85
Murphy Oil: A Story of Leadership and Innovation
video, sound
DVD
Profile on Charles Murphy and Murphy Oil Corp. Produced for Murphy Oil Corporation. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Mickey Green. Sound: Paul Rusnak. Revieced the 1995 CINE Golden Eagle and was the winner of the CINE Film and Video Festival in New York. Run time: 31:00. DVD available.
1995
86
NATAS Silver Circle Awards Tribute Video 2008 With Outtakes
video, sound
DVD
NATAs Silver Circle Awards Tribute Video. DVD available.
2008
87
American Buffalo: Battling Back. "The Spirit of a Nation"
video, sound
DVD
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and Written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. Editor: Sam Green. Associate Producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Larns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Devillier/Donegan Productions. Series Producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Diefenbach. Executive Producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Recieved awards at the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival best documentary, International Film and Video Festival Silver Screen Award, Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for CINE Golden Eagle festival, 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, CINE 2000 Masters' Series Best of Festival Award, and University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
88
Building Big: Dams
video, sound
DVD
The building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt, the Hoover Dam in the USA, and the Itapu Dam, Brazil. Produced for WGBH/NOVA. Narrator and host: David Macaulay. Produced and directed by Judy Hallet. Written by Judy Hallet and Larry Klein. Camera: Erich Roland and Bob Elfstrom. Editor: Sam Green. Associate producer: Kalindi Corens. Composed by Richard Einhorn. Executive producer: Larry Klein. Executive producer for NOVA: Paula Apsell. Recieved the George Foster Peabody Award. This film was originally made in 2000. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
89
John Kluge. The Will to Make a Difference
video, sound
DVD
A biography of philanthropist, John Kluge. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for the Library of Congress. This film was originally made in 2003. DVD available. Run time: 20:00.
2010
90
Moby-Dick
video, sound
DVD
The story of Moby-Dick and its major themes and the life and times of Melville. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Trish Mitchell. Series producer for Ward TV: Dale Minor. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrated by Donald Sutherland. Produced by Ward TV for the Discovery Networks/TLC. Won the Gold award at the Houston International Film Festival, the 1997 CINE Golden EAgle, the Best Film of Festival and Best Director awards in the 1997 Washington Film/Video Peer Awards, and an Emmy for Best Series. This Film was originally made in 1996. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
91
Smithsonian Expeditions: The Lords of the Garden "Tree House People. Cannibal Justice"
video, sound
DVD
Traveling with a Smithsonian Institution anthropologist, we profile a never before studied tribe: the Korowai. They inhabit the rain forests of Irian Jaya on the Indonesian side of the island of New Guinea. They live in tree houses 15 meters above the ground and practice a form of ritual cannibalism based on their criminal justice system. Produced and directed by Judy Hallet. Co-director and camera: Reuben Aaronson. Sound and associate producer: Dick Kane. Editor: Sam Green Writers: Judy Hallet and Michael Olmert. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producers for Hearst Entertainment: Juff Schon and Austin Hearst. Executive Producer for A and E: Michael Casio. Produced for Smithsonian Institution/Hearst Entertainment/Tele Images, France. Aired on Arts and Entertaiment. This film was originally made in 1994. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
92
Stealing Time: The New Science of Aging. Turning Back the Clock
video, sound
DVD
The biological aspects of aging and what we can do about it. Produced, Directed and written by Judy Hallet. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Series Producer for Decillier and Brian Donegan and John Rubin and Anne Tarrant at Rubin/Tarrant Films. Produced for PBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle, the Bronze Chris Award, the Gold Award ath the 33rd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, Best Cinematography at 2000 Peer Awards, Best Editing at the 1999 Columbus International Film and Video Festival and Bronze Plaque. This film was originally made in 1990. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
93
The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall "My Life With the Chimpanzees"
video, sound
DVD
A film biography of Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: John Davey. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Patrick Prentice. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrator: Jack Lemmon. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle, an award at the Christopher Columbus International Film Festival, the Best Woman Director of the Year Lillian Gish Award, a Silver Apple at the National Educational Film and Video Festival, a finalist at the Film and Video Festival of New York, the Ohio State Award Achievement of Merit, a Directing a Documentary Ace Nomination, was screened at Lisner Auditorium George Washington University. This film was originally made in 1990. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
94
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
video, sound
DVD
The plot and themes in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde interwoven with the life of Robert Lois Stevenson. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Editor: Loye Miller. Camera: Mike Peters. Composed by Fred Karns. Produced for Cronkite Ward TV for the Discovery Channel's Great book Series on TLC. Narrated by Michael Madsen. Recieved the 2003 CINE Golden Eagle, The Platinum Award at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, the Best of Festival award at the 2003 Maryland Fantastique Film Festival, and the Best Screenwriter and Best Sound Design and Mix at the ITVA-DC Peer Awards. The film was originally made in 2003. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2010
95
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II
video, sound
DVD
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judy Hallet. Produced by Catherine Wyler and Judy Hallet. CAmera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: with TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the Platinum Best in Show: Directing and the Gold Award: Documentary-Biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards. Revieved Best Director, Best Scriptwriter, Best Editor, and Best of show at the 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Recieved the Gold special Justy award at the 35th WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, Feature Documentary at Washington DC Independant Film Festival, 3rd Annual Los Angeles Italian Film Awards, and Polish Movie Springtime Festival. Had screenings at The John Paul II Cultural Center, the Utah Film and Video Center,and the Copernicus Foundation in Chicago. Run time: 2:00:00. DVD available.
2010
96
Tale of the Tongs
video, sound
DVD
Architect Travis Price and his students from the Catholic University of America designed an architectural installation on the island of Inishturk in Ireland. Run time: 1:09:00. DVD available.
2014
cassette
97
Extra Tapes
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
1. Le Camp, 2. Buckminster Fuller, 3. Maurice Abravanel, 4. Elephant Man, 5. Streetwise - Runaways, 6. Blue Corn, 7. Kim Williams. Digital file available upon request.
circa 1983
98
Extra Tapes
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
1. Teenagers and Booze, 2. Premature Babies, 3. Sons of Aaron, 4. Child Molesters, 5. Missing Children. Digital file available upon request.
circa 1983
Reel
99
GTO Commercial, McCarthey Spot
video, sound
16mm film reel
GTO Commercial.
undated
101
Seymore- Archive
video, sound
16mm film reel
16mm film reel.
undated
102
Move It
video, sound
16mm film reel
Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company performing in the Utah landscape from the mountains to the salt flats. A film by Judy and Stanley Hallet for the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company. Run time: 18:00. Related to the A0673 Joan Woodbury dance audio-video collection.
1973
103
Looking for a Space (Freshmen Orientation Film)
video, sound
16mm film reel
Student concerns at the University of Utah. Commissioned by the Freshmen Orientation Committee, University of Utah. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Run time: 20:00. DVD available.
1969
104
French Language Immersion Film
video, sound
16mm film reel
A language teaching film. French Master's Thesis for the University of Utah. A film by Judy Hallet. Run time: 10:00.
1971

2018 Addendum, 1966-2014Return to Top

Container(s): Series 2

These items are from the 2018 addendum to the Judith Hallet collection.

Container(s) Description Dates
Reel
105
PVST - Negative Optical Track
video, sound
16mm film reel
16mm film reel.
1966
106
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Audio Mix - Part 2
sound
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
107
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia Audio Track Mix - French Version
sound
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Recorded in French. Full film available on DVD.
1966
108
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Black and White
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
109
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Final Mix - English Version
audio
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Recorded in English. Full film available on DVD.
1966
110
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Original A Roll
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
111
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia Original B Roll
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
112
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Outs - 1
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
113
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Outs - 2
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
114
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Part 1 - Roll A
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
115
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Part 1 - Roll B
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
116
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Part 2 - Roll A
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
117
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Part 2 - Roll B
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
118
The Berber Villages of Southern Tunisia - Sound
audio
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
119
The Berber Villages of Souther Tunisia - Sound - Music and Narration Track
video
16mm film reel
An architectural and anthropological study of why the Berbers moved from their mountain peaks down to their troglodytic homes in the valleys below. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Consultant and narrated in French by Père André Louis. Assisted by Suzanne Meagher Owen and Moncef Meddeb. Full film available on DVD.
1966
120
The Ghriba of Hara Seghira - Sound Rolls - C
audio
16mm film reel
16mm sound reel.
February 14, 1968
121
The Ghriba of Hara Seghira - Sound Rolls - Mix Roll 1
audio
16mm film reel
16mm sound reel.
February 14, 1968
122
The Ghriba of Hara Seghira - Sound Rolls - Tunisian Ale
audio
16mm film reel
16mm sound reel.
February 14, 1968
123
The Ghriba of Hara Seghira - copy 1
video
16mm film reel
16mm film reel.
1968
124
The Nomads of Badakshan - Original Outs
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
125
The Nomads of Badakshan - Print 101
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
126
The Nomads of Badakshan - Reel 1 - Original
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
127
The Nomads of Badakshan - Reel 2 - Original
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
128
The Nomads of Badakshan - Reel 3 - Original
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
129
The Nomads of Badakshan - Reel 4 - Original
video
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
130
The Nomads of Badakshan - Sound Roll A
sound
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
131
The Nomads of Badakshan - Sound Roll B
sound
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
132
The Nomads of Badakshan - Sound Roll C
sound
16mm film reel
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
cassette
133
The Nomads of Badakshan - Transfer
video, sound
u-matic videocassette
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
disc
134
The Painted Truck and The Nomads of Badakshan
video, sound
DVD
The Painted Truck: An Afghan truck gets a colorful paint job and takes a trip to Bamiyan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet and Sebastian Schroeder. The Nomads of Badakshan: Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
1972
cassette
135
The Longest War
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Profile of Dennis Banks and the take-over in Wounded Knee, South Dakota. Producer: Diane Orr. Camera: Sid Crandall and Judith Hallet. Editor: Judith Hallet. Awards: Was a finalist at the American Film Festival, recieved the San Francisco State Media Award, and recieved 1st place at the 8th International Festival of Cinema in Switzerland.
1973
136
Interview University of Utah Cable
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
1976
137
On the Verge of War
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The Navajo/Hopi land dispute. Produced and reported by: Judith Hallet. Writers: Judy Hallet and Bill Lord. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved a Rocky Mountain Emmy Nomination and recieved 2nd place from the Utah Society of Professional Journalists. Digital recording available upon request.
1981
cassete
138
The Buckaroos
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The future of Utah in the year 2000. Produced and reported by: Judith Hallet. Writers: Judith Hallet, Bill Lord, and Mike Youngren. Camera and editor: Ken Fall. Recieved the Silver Award at the International Film and TV Festival in New York.
1985
cassette
139
Building on a Legacy: Contemporary Pioneering Women
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Judy Hallet in featured in this documentary for the Utah Board of Education as a pioneering woman in filmmaking.
1986
140
The Western Shoshones: Who Owns the Land?
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Does the land belong to the U.S. government of the Western Shoshones? Produced and reported by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Paul Thiriot. Editor: Glenn Elvington.
1987
141
The Nomads of Badakshan - 3/4 Film Transfer Master
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Afghan Nomads moving from thier summer to winter camps in Afghanistan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet. Recieved awards at the Festival of Anthropology on Film in Chicago and was a finalist at the American Film Festival in New York. Full film available on DVD.
May 25, 1988
142
The Painted Truck - 3/4 Film Transfer Master
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
An Afghan truck gets a colorful paint job and takes a trip to Bamiyan. A film by Judith and Stanley Hallet and Sebastian Schroeder. Full film available on DVD.
May 25, 1988
disc
143
El Dorado Gold
video, sound
DVD
Fortune seekers mine for gold in Venezuela's rain forest. Producer/Directors: Judith Hallet and Wolfgang Bayer. Camera: Wolfgang Bayer. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival in 1989. Full film available on DVD.
1988
cassette
144
El Dorado Gold - 11
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Fortune seekers mine for gold in Venezuela's rain forest. Producer/Directors: Judith Hallet and Wolfgang Bayer. Camera: Wolfgang Bayer. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival in 1989. Full film available on DVD.
1988
145
WIF Showcase Reel
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
1988
146
Gringo Chief Selects
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
January 9, 1990
147
Gringo Chief Selects 1
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
January 9, 1990
148
Gringo Chief Selects 3
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
U-matic videocassette.
January 9, 1990
Reel
149
The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall "My Life With Chimpanzees" Audio Master
sound
16mm film reel
A film biography of Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Producer/Director: Judith Hallet. Camera: John Davey. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Patrick Prentice. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrator: Jack Lemmon. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle, accepted in the Christopher Columbus International Film Festival, recieved the Lillian Gish award for the Best Woman Director of the Year, recieved the Silver Apple at the National Educational Film an Video Festival, was a finalist at the Film and Video of New York, recieved an Achievement of Merit at the Ohio State Awards, recieved an Ace Nomination for directing a documentary, and was screened at the Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University. Full film available on DVD.
May 7, 1990
cassette
150
Life and Legend of Jane Goodall
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
A film biography of Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Producer/Director: Judith Hallet. Camera: John Davey. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Patrick Prentice. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrator: Jack Lemmon. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle, accepted in the Christopher Columbus International Film Festival, recieved the Lillian Gish award for the Best Woman Director of the Year, recieved the Silver Apple at the National Educational Film an Video Festival, was a finalist at the Film and Video of New York, recieved an Achievement of Merit at the Ohio State Awards, recieved an Ace Nomination for directing a documentary, and was screened at the Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University. Full film available on DVD.
May 16, 1990
151
Geography Bee
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Following three different competitors to Washington DC for the National Geographic Society Geography Bee. Producer/director: Judith Hallet. Camera: Foster Wiley. Editor: Loye Miller. Writer: John Bredar. Full film available on DVD.
June 15, 1990
disc
152
Geography Bee
video, sound
DVD
Following three different competitors to Washington DC for the National Geographic Society Geography Bee. Producer/director: Judith Hallet. Camera: Foster Wiley. Editor: Loye Miller. Writer: John Bredar. Full film available on DVD.
1990
Reel
153
The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall "My Life With Chimpanzees" - Back-up Print
video, sound
16mm film reel
A film biography of Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Producer/Director: Judith Hallet. Camera: John Davey. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Patrick Prentice. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrator: Jack Lemmon. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle, accepted in the Christopher Columbus International Film Festival, recieved the Lillian Gish award for the Best Woman Director of the Year, recieved the Silver Apple at the National Educational Film an Video Festival, was a finalist at the Film and Video of New York, recieved an Achievement of Merit at the Ohio State Awards, recieved an Ace Nomination for directing a documentary, and was screened at the Lisner Auditorium at George Washington University. Full film available on DVD.
1990
cassette
154
Gauchos
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Gauchos in Argentina from Corrientes, Salta and Patagonia. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: reuben Aaronson. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Associate Producer in field: Diego Rueda. Associate producer in office: John Bredar. Composer: Fred Karns. Recieved an Emmy nomination. Full film available on DVD.
February 28, 1991
155
Gauchos
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Gauchos in Argentina from Corrientes, Salta and Patagonia. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: reuben Aaronson. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Associate Producer in field: Diego Rueda. Associate producer in office: John Bredar. Composer: Fred Karns. Recieved an Emmy nomination. Full film available on DVD.
February 28, 1991
disc
156
Gauchos
video, sound
DVD
Gauchos in Argentina from Corrientes, Salta and Patagonia. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: reuben Aaronson. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Christine Jameson. Writer: Michael Olmart. Associate Producer in field: Diego Rueda. Associate producer in office: John Bredar. Composer: Fred Karns. Recieved an Emmy nomination. Full film available on DVD.
1991
cassette
157
Battle for the Great Plains - Film Transfer Master - Rolls 1-3
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
February 6, 1992
158
Battle for the Great Plains - Roll 4
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
February 6, 1992
159
Battle for the Great Plains - Director's Cut
video, sound
U-matic videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
February 8, 1992
160
Battle for the Great Plains - Director's Cut
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
February 8, 1992
161
Battle for the Great Plains Director Cut
video
1-inch videotape
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
February 10, 1992
162
The Battle for the Great Plains - Audio
sound
Betacam videocassette
Environmental problems and solutions practiced by those living in the region. Narrator and host: Jane Fonda. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Barr Weissman. Associate Producer: Linda Goldman. Sound recordist: Guillarmo Palacios. Assistant Camera: Checco Verese. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer: Chris Palmer. Roducer for the National Audubon Society. Aired on PBS and TBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle and went to the British and American Environmental Media Awards.
March 31, 1992
163
Smithsonian Institution Invention Series - Show 27
video, sound
VHS videocassette
The invention of fireworks. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Executive Producer: Chris Koch. Hose and Narrator: Lucky Severson. Produced by Koch TV for the Discovery Channel.
September 8, 1992
164
An American Reunion Inauguration '93'
video, sound
VHS videocassette
The official documentary for the inauguration of President Bill Clinton. Segment Producer and Director: Judith Hallet. Executive Producer and Director: Judith Hallet. Executive Producer: Jason Williams. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for Time/Life Television. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle at the CINE Film and Video Festival.
1993
165
An American Reunion Inauguration '93
video, sound
VHS videocassette
The official documentary for the inauguration of President Bill Clinton. Segment Producer and Director: Judith Hallet. Executive Producer and Director: Judith Hallet. Executive Producer: Jason Williams. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for Time/Life Television. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle at the CINE Film and Video Festival.
1993
166
Irian Jaya Scouting Trip
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Footage from a scouting trip.
May, 1993
167
Lords of the Garden - NTSC Long Version
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Travelling with a Smithsonian Institution anthropologist, we profile a never before studied tribe: the Korowai. They inhabit the rain forests of Irian Jaya on the Indonesian side of the island of New Guinea. They live in tree houses 15 meters above the ground and practive a form of ritual cannibalism based on their criminal justive system. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Co-Director and Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Sound and Associate Producer: Dick Kane. Editor: Sam Green. Writers: Judith Haller and Michael Olmert. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer for A&E: Michael Casio. Produced for Smithsonian Institution/Hearst Entertainment/Tele Images, France. Aired on Arts and Entertainment. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle at the 1995 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the Outstanding Documentary award at the CINE festival, recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film and Video Festival, revieved the Best of Festival award at the Jules Verne Film Festival in France, and recieved the Bronze Apple from the National Educational Media Network. The film was screened at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., at the College of the Atlantic in Maine, and at George Washingto University. Full film available on DVD.
March 17, 1994
168
People Count: The Fact of Life
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Overpopulation in the world. Segment Producer and director for Ghana. Camera: Foster Wiley. Editor: Mickey Green. Produced for Koch TV. Aired on TBS.
August 3, 1994
169
Lords of the Garden - NTSC Long Version - 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Travelling with a Smithsonian Institution anthropologist, we profile a never before studied tribe: the Korowai. They inhabit the rain forests of Irian Jaya on the Indonesian side of the island of New Guinea. They live in tree houses 15 meters above the ground and practive a form of ritual cannibalism based on their criminal justive system. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Co-Director and Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Sound and Associate Producer: Dick Kane. Editor: Sam Green. Writers: Judith Haller and Michael Olmert. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer for A&E: Michael Casio. Produced for Smithsonian Institution/Hearst Entertainment/Tele Images, France. Aired on Arts and Entertainment. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle at the 1995 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the Outstanding Documentary award at the CINE festival, recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film and Video Festival, revieved the Best of Festival award at the Jules Verne Film Festival in France, and recieved the Bronze Apple from the National Educational Media Network. The film was screened at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., at the College of the Atlantic in Maine, and at George Washingto University. Full film available on DVD.
September 28, 1994
170
Smithsonian Institution Invention Series - Show 27 - Segment 2
video, sound
VHS videocassette
The invention of fireworks. Directed and Written by Judith Hallet. Executive producer: Chris Koch. Host and narrator: Lucky Severson. Produced by Koch TV for The Discovery Channel.
1994
171
Smithsonian Institution Invention Series - Show 38 - Helicopter
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Produced for The Discovery Channel.
1994
172
Treehouse People. Cannibal Justice
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Travelling with a Smithsonian Institution anthropologist, we profile a never before studied tribe: the Korowai. They inhabit the rain forests of Irian Jaya on the Indonesian side of the island of New Guinea. They live in tree houses 15 meters above the ground and practive a form of ritual cannibalism based on their criminal justive system. Produced and Directed by: Judith Hallet. Co-Director and Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Sound and Associate Producer: Dick Kane. Editor: Sam Green. Writers: Judith Haller and Michael Olmert. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive Producer for A&E: Michael Casio. Produced for Smithsonian Institution/Hearst Entertainment/Tele Images, France. Aired on Arts and Entertainment. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle at the 1995 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the Outstanding Documentary award at the CINE festival, recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film and Video Festival, revieved the Best of Festival award at the Jules Verne Film Festival in France, and recieved the Bronze Apple from the National Educational Media Network. The film was screened at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, at the Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., at the College of the Atlantic in Maine, and at George Washingto University. Full film available on DVD.
1994
173
Murphy Oil: A Story of Leadership and Innovation
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile on Charles Murphy and Murphy Oil Corp. Produced for Murphy Oil Corporation. Produced, directed, and written by Judith Hallet. Camera Reuben Aaronson. editor: Mickey Green. Sound: Paul Rusnak. Recieved the 1995 CINE Golden Eagle at the CINE Film and Video Festival and was a winner at the New York Film Festival. Full film available on DVD.
March 23, 1995
174
Murphy Oil: A Story of Leadership and Innovation - 7
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile on Charles Murphy and Murphy Oil Corp. Produced for Murphy Oil Corporation. Produced, directed, and written by Judith Hallet. Camera Reuben Aaronson. editor: Mickey Green. Sound: Paul Rusnak. Recieved the 1995 CINE Golden Eagle at the CINE Film and Video Festival and was a winner at the New York Film Festival. Full film available on DVD.
March 29, 1995
175
Murphy Oil: Story of Leadership and Innovation - 18
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile on Charles Murphy and Murphy Oil Corp. Produced for Murphy Oil Corporation. Produced, directed, and written by Judith Hallet. Camera Reuben Aaronson. editor: Mickey Green. Sound: Paul Rusnak. Recieved the 1995 CINE Golden Eagle at the CINE Film and Video Festival and was a winner at the New York Film Festival. Full film available on DVD.
1995
176
Women In Film and Video - Judy Hallet - Promo
video, sound
VHS videocassette
Film about women in film and video.
June 15, 1995
177
Great Books: Moby Dick - 10
video, sound
VHS videocassette
The story of Moby-Dick and its major themes and the life and times of Melvile. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Trish Mitchell. Series producer for Ward TV: Dale Minor. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrated by Donald Sutherland. Produced by Ward TV for the Discovery Networks/TLC. Recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival, recieved the 1997 CINE Golden Eagle, recieved the best film of festival award and the best director award from the 1997 Washington Film/Video Peer Awards, and recieved an Emmy for best series. Full film available on DVD.
June 14, 1996
disc
178
Moby-Dick
video, sound
DVD
The story of Moby-Dick and its major themes and the life and times of Melvile. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Reuben Aaronson. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Trish Mitchell. Series producer for Ward TV: Dale Minor. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrated by Donald Sutherland. Produced by Ward TV for the Discovery Networks/TLC. Recieved the Gold Award at the Houston International Film Festival, recieved the 1997 CINE Golden Eagle, recieved the best film of festival award and the best director award from the 1997 Washington Film/Video Peer Awards, and recieved an Emmy for best series. Full film available on DVD.
1996
cassette
179
American Bison - Video Reel 15
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
November 12, 1997
180
American Bison - Wild Hunt Tail
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
November 13, 1997
181
American Bison - Video Tape 20
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
December 4. 1997
disc
182
A Place in the Land
video, sound
DVD
Profiles of George Perkins Marsh, Frederick Billings and Lawrence Rockefeller. A film by Charles Guggenheim. Field director: Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Produced for the Marsh-Billings National Historical Park. Nominated for an Academy Award for best short documentary. Full film available on DVD.
1997
cassette
183
Stealing Time: The New Science of Aging. Turning Back the Clock
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The biological aspects of aging and what we can do about it. Produced, directed and written by: Judith Hallet. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Series producer for Devillier Donegan: Greg Diefenbach. Executive producers: Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan and John Rubin/Tarrant Films. Produced for PBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle, recieved the bronze Chris Award, revieved the gold award at the 33rd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, receieved the best cinematography and best editing awards at the 2000 Peer Awards, and recieved the bronze plaque at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival. Full film available on DVD.
July 9, 1998
disc
184
American Buffalo: Battling Back. "The Spirit of a Nation"
video, sound
DVD
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
1998
cassette
185
American Buffalo: Battling Back - 3
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
February 9, 1999
186
American Buffalo: Spirit of a Nation - 23
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
March 10, 1999
187
American Buffalo: Battling Back - 24
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
1999
188
American Buffalo: Battling Back - 4
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The return of buffalo to the Native Americans and to Yellowstone National Park. Produced, directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland and Reuben Aaronson. Wildlife camera: Franz Camenzind. Additional wildlife photography: Bob Landis. EditorL Sam Green. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Composer: Fred Karns. Executive producers: Chris Palmer at National Wildlife Federation and Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan for Deviller/Donegan Productions. Series producer for Devillier/Donegan: Greg Difenbach. Executive producer for WNET/NATURE: Fred Kaufman. Aired on PBS. Went to the 1999 Environmental Film Festival in Washington D.C., recieved the award for the best documentary at the 1999 Malibu International Film Festival, recieved the Silver Screen Award at the International Film and Video Festival, selected for the Hot Springs Film Festival, selected for the International Wildlife Film Festival, recieved a CINE Golden Eagle at the 1999 CINE Film and Video Festival, recieved the CINE 2000 Masters' Series best of festival award, and was shown at the University of Nebraska's Center for Great Plains Studies Symposium. Full film available on DVD.
1999
disc
189
Stealing Time: The New Science of Aging. Turning Back the Clock
video, sound
DVD
The biological aspects of aging and what we can do about it. Produced, directed and written by: Judith Hallet. Associate producer: Malvina Martin. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Series producer for Devillier Donegan: Greg Diefenbach. Executive producers: Ron Devillier and Brian Donegan and John Rubin/Tarrant Films. Produced for PBS. Recieved the CINE Golden Eagle, recieved the bronze Chris Award, revieved the gold award at the 33rd WorldFest-Houston International Film Festival, receieved the best cinematography and best editing awards at the 2000 Peer Awards, and recieved the bronze plaque at the Columbus International Film and Video Festival. Full film available on DVD.
1999
cassette
190
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 1 - Henrietta De Villa
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
cassete
191
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 2 - Cardinal Francis Arinze
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
cassette
192
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 3 - Cardinal Jozef Tomko
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
193
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 4 - Cardinal Tomko
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
194
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 5 - Irene Kluger
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
195
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 6 - Navarro Valls
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 28, 2000
196
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Tape 1
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
May 1, 2000
197
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 4
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
May 1, 2000
198
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 5
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
May 4, 2000
199
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 6
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
May 4, 2000
200
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 7
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
May 4, 2000
201
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Tape 26 - Piotr Malecki Part 2 of 2 - Teresa Malecka
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
202
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 14 - Danuta Michalowska Part 2 of 3
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
203
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 10 - Stefan and Maria Swiezawski Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
204
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 11 - Stefan and Maria Swiezawski Part 2 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
205
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 12 - Halina Kwiatkowska Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
206
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 13 - Halina Kwiatkowska Part 2 of 2 - Danuta Michalowska Part 1 of 3
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
207
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 21 - Jozet Gorelandy Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
208
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 22 - Jozet Gorelany Part 2 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
disc
209
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 24 - Stanistaw Yura Part 1 of 2
video, sound
DVD
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
cassette
210
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 25 - Stanistaw Yura Part 2 of 2 - Piotr Malecki Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
211
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 27 - Karol Tarnowski Part 1 of 2 - Teresa Maydel-Zunczkowska
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
212
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 8 - Roza Thun Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
213
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 9 - Roza Thun Part 2 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 2, 2000
214
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 11
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 8 2000
215
Witness to Hope: The Life of Carol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 12
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 13, 2000
216
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 32 - George Weigel
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 14, 2000
217
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 13
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 15, 2000
218
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 14
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 16, 2000
219
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 15
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 16, 2000
220
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 16
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 19, 2000
221
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 8
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 19, 2000
222
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 9
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 19, 2000
223
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 323
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 23, 2000
224
Building Big: Dams - Dub of Closed Captioned
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt, The Hoover Dam in the USA, and The Itapu Dam in Brazil. Produced for WGBH/NOVA. Narrator and host: David Macaulay. Produced and directed by Judith Hallet. Written by Judith Hallet and Larry Klein. Camera: Erich Roland and Bob Elfstrom. Editor: Sam Green. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Composed by Richard Einhorn. Executive producer: Larry Klein. Executive producer for NOVA: Paula Apsell. Recieved the George Foster Peabody Award. Full film available on DVD.
August 29, 2000
225
Building Big: Dams
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt, The Hoover Dam in the USA, and The Itapu Dam in Brazil. Produced for WGBH/NOVA. Narrator and host: David Macaulay. Produced and directed by Judith Hallet. Written by Judith Hallet and Larry Klein. Camera: Erich Roland and Bob Elfstrom. Editor: Sam Green. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Composed by Richard Einhorn. Executive producer: Larry Klein. Executive producer for NOVA: Paula Apsell. Recieved the George Foster Peabody Award. Full film available on DVD.
2000
disc
226
Building Big: Dams
video, sound
DVD
The building of the Aswan Dam in Egypt, The Hoover Dam in the USA, and The Itapu Dam in Brazil. Produced for WGBH/NOVA. Narrator and host: David Macaulay. Produced and directed by Judith Hallet. Written by Judith Hallet and Larry Klein. Camera: Erich Roland and Bob Elfstrom. Editor: Sam Green. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Composed by Richard Einhorn. Executive producer: Larry Klein. Executive producer for NOVA: Paula Apsell. Recieved the George Foster Peabody Award. Full film available on DVD.
2000
cassette
227
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 42 - Marek Skwarnich Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
September 13, 2000
228
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 43 - Marek Skwarnich Part 2 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
September 13, 2000
229
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 18
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
September 28, 2000
230
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 19
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
September 28, 2000
231
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 20
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
October 3, 2000
232
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 148 - Motion Control
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 10, 2001
233
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 149
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 2, 2001
234
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Tape 147 - Motion Control
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 10, 2001
235
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 301
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 11, 2001
236
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 314
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 11, 2001
237
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 315
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 11, 2001
238
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 316
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 11, 2001
239
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Narration Recording to DAT
sound
DAT audiocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 15, 2001
240
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Narration Recording to DAT
sound
DAT audiocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 15, 2001
241
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Tape 151 - Motion Control 5
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
January 17, 2001
242
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Texted Master
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
243
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Tape 11
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 8, 2001
244
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Texted - NTSC
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 9, 2001
245
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Texted - Part 1
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 9, 2001
246
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Texted - Part 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 9, 2001
247
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Original PAL - Texted Master
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 14, 2001
248
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Texted Master - Part 1
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 14, 2001
249
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Texted Master - Part 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 14, 2001
250
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 22, 2001
251
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - Textless
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
June 6, 2001
252
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Texted - NTSC
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
November 6, 2001
disc
253
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II
video, sound
DVD
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
2001
cassette
254
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II
video, sound
DV videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
2001
disc
255
The Life and Legend of Jane Goodall "My Life With Chimpanzees"
video, sound
DVD
A film biography of Jane Goodall and her work with chimpanzees in Tanzania. Producer/director: Judy Hallet. Camera: John Davey. Editor: Christine Jameson. Writer: Patrick Prentice. Composer: Fred Karns. Narrator: Jack Lemmon. Recieved a CINE Golden Eagle, an award at the Christopher Columbus International Film Festival, the Best Woman Director of the Year Lillian Gish Award, a Silver Apple at the National Educational Film and Video Festival, a finalist at the Film and Video Festival of New York, the Ohio State Award Achievement of Merit, a Directing a Documentary Ace Nomination, was screened at Lisner Auditorium George Washington University. This film was originally made in 1990. Run time: 60:00. DVD available.
2001
cassette
256
Great Books: Jekyll and Hyde
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The plot and themes in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde interwoven with the life of Robert Lois Stevenson. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Editor: Loye Miller. Camera: Mike Peters. Composed by Fred Karns. Produced for Cronkite Ward TV for the Discovery Channel's Great book Series on TLC. Narrated by Michael Madsen. Recieved the 2003 CINE Golden Eagle, The Platinum Award at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, the Best of Festival award at the 2003 Maryland Fantastique Film Festival, and the Best Screenwriter and Best Sound Design and Mix at the ITVA-DC Peer Awards. The film was originally made in 2003. Run time: 60:00. Full film available on DVD.
June 6, 2002
disc
257
The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
video, sound
DVD
The plot and themes in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde interwoven with the life of Robert Lois Stevenson. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Editor: Loye Miller. Camera: Mike Peters. Composed by Fred Karns. Produced for Cronkite Ward TV for the Discovery Channel's Great book Series on TLC. Narrated by Michael Madsen. Recieved the 2003 CINE Golden Eagle, The Platinum Award at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, the Best of Festival award at the 2003 Maryland Fantastique Film Festival, and the Best Screenwriter and Best Sound Design and Mix at the ITVA-DC Peer Awards. The film was originally made in 2003. Run time: 60:00. Full film available on DVD.
2002
cassette
258
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Part 1 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
July 2, 2002
259
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Part 2 of 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
July 2, 2002
260
Great Books: Jekyll and Hyde - 6
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
The plot and themes in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde interwoven with the life of Robert Lois Stevenson. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Editor: Loye Miller. Camera: Mike Peters. Composed by Fred Karns. Produced for Cronkite Ward TV for the Discovery Channel's Great book Series on TLC. Narrated by Michael Madsen. Recieved the 2003 CINE Golden Eagle, The Platinum Award at the WorldFest Houston International Film Festival, the Best of Festival award at the 2003 Maryland Fantastique Film Festival, and the Best Screenwriter and Best Sound Design and Mix at the ITVA-DC Peer Awards. The film was originally made in 2003. Run time: 60:00. Full film available on DVD.
July 22, 2002
261
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - French
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
October 1, 2002
262
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Texted - Part 1
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
October 11, 2002
263
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Original PAL - French
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
March 7, 2003
264
John Kluge. The Will to Make a Difference
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
A biography of philanthropist, John Kluge. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for the Library of Congress. This film was originally made in 2003. Full film available on DVD.
May 8, 2003
265
John Kluge. The Will to Make a Difference
video, sound
VHS videocassette
A biography of philanthropist, John Kluge. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for the Library of Congress. This film was originally made in 2003. Full film available on DVD.
2003
disc
266
John Kluge. The Will to Make a Difference
video, sound
DVD
A biography of philanthropist, John Kluge. Produced, directed and written by Judy Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor Robert Zakin. Associate Producer: Kalindi Corens. Narrated by James Earl Jones. Produced for the Library of Congress. This film was originally made in 2003. Full film available on DVD. DVD available. Run time: 20:00.
2003
cassette
267
Yemen - Force Behind the Veil - Gurkhas Contacts and Scripts - John Cross
sound
Microcassette
Directed in Yemen by Judy Hallet. Produced and edited by Jeanie Butler. Camera by Reuben Aaronson. Sound by Dick Kane. Produced for The National Democratic Institution Annual Luncheon in Washington DC. Full film available on DVD.
April 29, 2004
268
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Texted
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
Aril 3, 2005
269
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II -Texted
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 3, 2005
270
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Texted - Commemorative Feature Video
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
April 8, 2005
disc
271
Vietnam: The Next Generation
video, sound
DVD
Vietnamese under 30 trying to make a living in Vietnam after the "American war" Produced and directed by Sandy Northrop. Written by Judith Hallet and David Lamb. Star and Stars Productions. Aired on PBS. Full film available on DVD.
2005
272
The Force Behind the Veil, Women Leaders of Yemen
video, sound
DVD
Directed in Yemen by Judith Hallet. Produced and Edited by Jeanine Butler. Camera by Reuben Aaronson. Sound by Dick Kane. Produced for the National Democratic Institution Annual Luncheon in Washington DC. Full film available on DVD.
2006
273
The Force Behind the Veil, Women Leaders of Yemen
video, sound
DVD
Directed in Yemen by Judith Hallet. Produced and Edited by Jeanine Butler. Camera by Reuben Aaronson. Sound by Dick Kane. Produced for the National Democratic Institution Annual Luncheon in Washington DC. Full film available on DVD.
2006
274
Arc of Light: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss
video, sound
DVD
Pioneering artist, architect and designer Anna Campbell Bliss has devoted her life to the creation of works of art that explore the complex intersections between art, technology, science, nature, poetry, mathmatics and architecture. The film looks at the astonishing range of Bliss's work, from small painterly and digitally based studies of color and light to architectural site commisions of immense scale. It also puts her work in art-historical context and traces her Modernist influences, including the Bauhaus school of the 1920s. Full film available on DVD.
2012
275
Tale of the Tongs
video, sound
DVD
Architect Travis Price and his students from the Catholic University of America from the Catholic University of America designed and architectural installation on the island of Inishturk in Ireland. The studio, Spirit of Place, explores the connection between culture, landscape and the unique history of its inhabitants bringing back meaning into modern architecture - a new architecture of the 21st century. Over nine days, the students build a memorial on this remote, sparsely populated island, interweaving the construction with profiles of the people who live on Inishturk. Tale of the Tongs presents an insight into this emerging cultural landscape of modern architecture. Full film available on DVD.
2014
cassette
276
Bombs and Marching
sound
DAT audiocassette
Digital audiotape.
undated
277
Bye Bye Judy
video, sound
VHS videocassette
VHS videocassette.
undated
278
Judy's Interviews
video, sound
DV videocassette
DV videocassette.
undated
279
Mt. St. Helens
sound
audiocassette
Footage from Mt. St. Helens.
undated
Reel
280
Tunisia Housing
video
16mm film reel
Footage from Tunisia.
undated
281
Tunisia Housing
video
16mm film reel
Footage from Tunisia.
undated
cassette
282
Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - APT Master
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Closed Captioned
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - French - Part 1
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - French - Part 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Polish
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Spanish
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla, Pope John Paul II - Spanish
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Audio Master Hour 1
sound
DAT audiocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Audio Master Hour 2
sound
DAT audiocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Witness to Hope: The Life of Karol Wojtyla. Pope John Paul II - Texted - Part 2
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Profile of Karol Wojtyla from childhood in Poland to becoming Pope in Rome. Directed and written by Judith Hallet. Camera: Erich Roland. Editor: Robert Zakin. Associate producer: Martha Moon. Executive producers: Catherine Wyler and Richard Rymland. Composed by Fred Karns. Co-production: With TVP (Polish) and RAI (Italian). Aired on PBS. Narrated by René Auberjonois. Recieved the recieved the Platinum best of show award for Directing and the Gold award for for documentary-biography at the 2005 Aurora Awards, recieved awards for best director, best scriptwriter, best editor, and best of show from the 2001 ITVA/DC Peer Awards, and recieved a 2001 CINE Golden Eagle. Full film available on DVD.
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Cyotes - Scout Tape - Reel 3A
video, sound
Betacam videocassette
Scout tape.
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Names and SubjectsReturn to Top

Personal Names

  • Hallet, Stanley Ira
  • John Paul II, Pope, 1920-2005

Corporate Names

  • Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company