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Library of Congress Wants Your Old Travel Films

A few years ago, Stan Walsh visited the Library of Congress Audio-Visual Conservation Center in Culpeper, Virginia. At that time he spoke with George Willeman in the Moving Image section and was cordially received.   Read More
Posted by Jocelyn Green in Features November 04, 2011

The Clouds Are Movin' In Fast

The Clouds are movin' in and fast. No, this is not a meteorological report. We mean the Clouds from Apple and other such vendors including WeVideo.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features October 31, 2011

Meet PF Bentley, Award-Winning Photo-Journalist, Filmmaker

If you want to know what's been going on behind the political scenes at the White House and Washington Cloak Rooms in recent years you should meet PF Bentley, an award-winning photo-journalist and documentary filmmaker.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features October 28, 2011

Ed Fitchett Surprises With His Vivid Pacific War Movies

Many of us only know Edwin Fitchett as the former Presenter of the Vassar Brothers long-running travel film series in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. Now we learn Ed shot color film as well as artillery during World War II.   Read More
Posted by Hal McClure in Features October 24, 2011

"The Road to Oberammergau" Meanders Through Much of Italy

Stan Walsh’s new film guides viewers through much of Italy before they arrive at their destination — Bavaria’s Oberammergau — the site of the renowned Passion Play staged every decade. The play had its beginning in the Middle Ages when villagers vowed that if God would protect them from the bubonic plague, then sweeping the region, they would tell the story of Jesus  forever. And they have, every decade since 1634. It was interrupted during World War II. The...   Read More
Posted by Stan Walsh in Features October 18, 2011
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