The Ross McElwee DVD Collection [videorecording] / by Ross McElwee.
- Collector's ed.
- [New York] : First Run Features, .
5 videodiscs (578 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
- McElwee, Ross, 1947-
Documentary films -- Production and direction.
Sherman's March to the Sea.
Sherman's March through the Carolinas.
Tobacco farms -- North Carolina -- History.
Tobacco farmers -- North Carolina -- History.
Television broadcasting of news.
Southern States -- 20th century.
- Documentary films.
- Soundtrack in English.
- System Details:
- A DVD collection by independent filmmaker Ross McElwee.
- disc 1. Backyard
Charleen : How long has this been going on
special features. Split screen, episode 42 : Ross McElwee 101
Additional scenes from Sherman's march
Additional scenes from Bright leaves
Whatever happened to some of the smokers from "Bright leaves"?
disc 2. Sherman's march : Meditation on the possibility of romantic love in the South during an era of nuclear weapons proliferation
special features. Interview with Ross McElwee
Biography of Ross McElwee
General Sherman's personal letters & biography
disc 3. Time indefinite
disc 4. Six o'clock news
disc 5. Bright leaves
special features. Director's statement
Film notes by Godfrey Cheshire
About Michael Curtiz's "Bright leaf"
Additional music by Paula Larke.
- "This collection includes six of McElwee's best films, four of which have never been available on DVD"--Container.
Originally produced as 6 documentary films between 1976 and 2003.
- Local notes:
- Presented to the Penn Libraries by Seymour Wishman and First Run Features.
- Penn Provenance:
- Wishman, Seymour (donor)
- McElwee, Ross, 1947- , Director, Producer
Seymour Wishman First Run Features Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
First-Run Features (Firm) , Distributor
- Charleen [videorecording]
Ross McElwee 101 [videorecording]
Sherman's March [videorecording]
Time indefinite [videorecording]
Bright leaves [videorecording]
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