New Film Makers

New Film Makers
New Film Makers
Genre short film
Created by Jack Vance
Presented by Lyal Brown
Country of origin  Canada
Language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 7
Production
Executive producer(s) Rosalind Farber
Producer(s) Doug Gillingham
Running time 30 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel CBC Television
Original run 23 April 1969 – 23 June 1969

New Film Makers is a Canadian experimental short film television miniseries which aired on CBC Television in 1969.

Contents

Premise

Lyal Brown hosted this series which featured independent short films with interviews of their producers. Chroma key technology was used to show excerpts from films as background for the interviews with filmmakers. Jack Vance developed the series concept, with research by Betty-Jean Beyer.[1]

Scheduling

This half-hour series was broadcast on most Wednesdays at 10:30 p.m. (Eastern) from 23 April to 23 June 1969.

Episodes

  1. conversation with Mort Ransen, producer of the National Film Board film "Christopher's Movie Matinee", featuring youth in Toronto; the full production was shown on CBC Television several days later
  2. Student films were the focus of this episode. From the McMaster Film Board, Jim Bennett's "Walk On" was featured. From Montreal, Gabriel Hoss and Serge Denko's "Caught In Rhythm" was aired.
  3. "Lords Of Creation" (Gerald Robinson) and "Flowers" (Takehiko Kamei)
  4. Toronto film "Satan's Pipers" (Eric Young, Jon Slan)
  5. More Toronto films: "Rat Life" and "Diet In North America" (Joyce Wieland) with "Electrocution Of The Word" (Morley Markson)
  6. French-language productions were featured
  7. Vancouver animated productions were featured such as "Thank Heaven" (Vancouver Art School) and "Henry" (Al Sens)

See also

  • Canadian Film Makers (1967)
  • Canadian Film Makers (1974)
  • Sprockets (1975–1976)

References

  1. ^ Corcelli, John (May 2005). "New Film Makers". Canadian Communications Foundation. http://www.broadcasting-history.ca/programming/television/programming_popup.php?id=865. Retrieved 7 May 2010. 

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