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Joseph Cornell was one of the most innovative experimental filmmakers of his time. This DVD video, accessible through your domestic DVD player and TV, or through your DVD-equipped computer, features: - Nine of Cornell's films in full - only one of which is commercially available elsewhere: Nymphlight, 1957 Angel, 1957 Jack's Dream, ca. late 1930s Centuries of June, 1955 'Cotillion' and 'The Midnight Party', ca. 1938 The Aviary, 1954 Bookstalls, ca. late 1930s Rose Hobart, 1936 A Legend for Fountains, 1957 / 1965 - Larry Jordan's short film Cornell, 1965, which includes the only known movie footage of Cornell himself. The DVD-ROM, accessible through your DVD-equipped computer, features: Over 250 of Joseph Cornell's finest box constructions, collages, films, and publications. Over 40 in-depth explorations with multiple views, animation, and video. - Audio and video interviews with world renowned experts, scholars and those who knew Cornell. Over 200 working materials from the Joseph Cornell Study Center, Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC - most previously unpublished. - Insights into Cornell's worlds through a timeline of his life, family photos, papers, books, and music. - Specially commissioned text entries on Cornell's major subjects and themes.
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