Cinema and Sanctuary (2019)

Documenting the history of The City College of New York's Institute of Film Techniques (1941-1966), the birthplace of the first documentary film school in the nation.

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Dave Davidson

Writer:

Dave Davidson

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Credited cast:
Richard J. Anobile Richard J. Anobile ... Self
Aram Boyajian Aram Boyajian ... Self
Sheila Conrad Sheila Conrad ... Self
Phil Gries ... Self
Alex Hapsas Alex Hapsas ... Self
Alan Heim ... Self
Manfred Kirchheimer Manfred Kirchheimer ... Self
Jonas Mekas ... Self
Bill Perlmutter Bill Perlmutter ... Self
Edward Pomerantz ... Self
David Saperstein David Saperstein ... Self
Lawrence Silk Lawrence Silk ... Self
Martin Starger Martin Starger ... Self
Cecile Starr Cecile Starr ... Self
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"Cinema and Sanctuary" traces the tumultuous twenty-five year history of The Institute of Film Techniques at CCNY, founded in 1941 by Irving Jacoby. The Film Institute flourished for most of its lifespan under the leadership of the Dadaist, radical thinker and pioneering experimental filmmaker, Hans Richter.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

20 June 2019 (USA) See more »

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