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Aldo Tambellini Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00016
Overview: This collection contains films made by artist Aldo Tambellini (b.1930). As a central figure in the East Village art scene that thrived during the 1960s, poet, painter, sculptor and pioneering multi-media artist Aldo Tambellini worked in a staggering range of media - from his early Arte Povera-style sculptures and abstract drawings done in Italy and the USA in the 1950s and 1960s, to his experimental work in early video and television art, which he pioneered alongside his close friend and...

Arthur Freedman Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00028
Overview:

The Arthur Freedman Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of over two thousand hours of recorded rock performances, recorded on VHS, Hi8, 8mm video, and Mini DV. There are associated materials including fliers and set lists for some of the tapes.

Asian American Film Ephemera Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00002
Overview:

The Asian American Film Ephemera Collection at the Harvard Film Archive is a curated collection of ephemera, including books, pressbooks, mini-posters, and 28 one-sheet movie posters, portraying the presence and experience of Asians and Asian Americans in American film from the period of approximately 1917-2002.

Bell, Maria. Maria Bell film collection, 1939-2005 (hfa00038): Guide.

Collection Identifier: hfa00038
Overview:

Maria Arena Bell, is President and co-Founder of Vitameatavegamin Productions and former head writer and executive producer of The Young and the Restless. The collection consists of 58, 35mm prints of feature films, released from 1939 to 2005. The films are spread across multiple genre and features eleven IB Technicolor prints.

Caroline Leaf Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00031
Overview: This collection contains completed prints, production materials, and promotional materials for the short films and commercials of award-winning animator Caroline Leaf. Production materials are composed of workreels; test film scratches; storyboards; photographs; slides; drawings; glass panes; and writings, while promotional materials include film guides; posters; and stills. In addition to her own work, the collection also contains films that she collected from others, films that she...

Dick Fontaine Paper and Film Outtakes Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00004
Overview:

Paper and film material of the British filmmaker Dick Fontaine. Material consists of papers surrounding all stages of production for films produced and directed by Fontaine from 1960-1990 and a large collection of 16mm motion picture and audio outtake material from his 1982 film I Heard it Through the Grapevine.

Ed Pincus Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00023
Overview: This collection contains film and video materials produced by documentary filmmaker Ed Pincus in collaboration with David Neuman, Steve Asher, and Lucia Small from the beginning of his career in 1967 to his reappearance in 2007, as well as nine 16mm projection prints from his personal film collection. The majority of the collection consists of 16mm projection prints, internegatives, track negatives, and original camera reversal elements of Pincus and his collaborators' documentary films from...

Fort Devens Film Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00005
Overview: American soldiers were among the best informed in the world on developments in war material and in the problems and progress of their comrades on various world fronts. Motion pictures played a major part in disseminating this information by providing not only entertainment, but also keeping troops up to date on current events, advances in war technology, teaching the history of the armed forces, and training soldiers on getting along in foreign cultures. The 16mm film in the Fort Devens Film...

Harvard Botanical Museum 16mm Film Collection, ca. 1943-1978 : Guide.

Collection Identifier: hfa00022
Overview: Early in the history of motion pictures the medium of film was recognized for its invaluable uses in education. Moving pictures allow for a broad range of educational topics to be taught by utilizing the medium's ability to communicate information and expand upon complex ideas and topics. This collection of 16mm educational films from the Harvard Botanical Museum Collection focuses on the topics of agriculture through ethnography and history. The films were created between 1943 and 1978 and...

Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque Program Calendar and Periodical Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00024
Overview:

The Harvard Film Archive Cinematheque Collection consists of film program calendars from the Harvard Film Archive from 1984 until 2007. In addition, the collection consists of programming calendars from fifty different archives, cinematheques, and museums, as well as a small collection of film journals, festival programs, and newsletters from the period of approximately 1970-2006.

Harvard Film Archive Promotional Materials Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00025
Overview:

The Harvard Film Archive Promotional Materials Collection is a concise collection of pressbooks, one-sheet text documents, film stills, posters, lobby cards, slides, and electronic materials, representing the promotion of films from the period of approximately 1925-2007.

Harvard Film Archive Visiting Directors Audio Collection, 2008

Collection Identifier: hfa00010
Overview:

The HFA Visiting Directors Audio Collection at the Harvard Film Archive is a collection of streaming digital audio files recorded of each filmmaker visiting the HFA's cinematheque in 2008. Recordings include pre-screening introductions by curator Haden Guest and programmer David Pendleton and personal introductions by filmmakers as well as post-screening question and answer sessions between curators, programming staff, audience, and filmmakers.

Harvard Film Archive Visiting Directors Audio Collection, 2009

Collection Identifier: hfa00011
Overview:

The HFA Visiting Directors Audio Collection at the Harvard Film Archive is a collection of streaming digital audio files recorded of each filmmaker visiting the HFA's cinematheque in 2009. Recordings include pre-screening introductions by curator Haden Guest and programmer David Pendleton and personal introductions by filmmakers as well as post-screening question and answer sessions between curators, programming staff, audience, and filmmakers.

Harvard Science Center Film Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00014
Overview: In addition to texts, motion picture films play an integral role in communicating information and explaining complex ideas. For this reason films were often used in classrooms to supplement traditional course material. This 16mm film collection from the Harvard Science Center features educational science films from 1933 to 1998 focusing on a variety of scientific subject matter including physics, chemistry, biology and astronomy. The intended audiences for most of these films were high...

Helen Hill Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00008
Overview: This collection contains films made by Harvard alumnus Helen Hill (1970 – 2007) as well as films relating to her life. The collection consists of 16mm projection prints and preservation masters of 10 of her short films, which were preserved for the Harvard Film Archive by Colorlab in Rockville, MD; Super 8mm footage from Home Movie Day, which she attended in New Orleans in 2006, which has been preserved to 16mm internegative as well as transferred to Betacam-SP, Betacam Digital, and DVD;...

Hollis Frampton Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00001
Overview: This collection contains, in a variety of media, materials by, about, and related to the filmmaker, photographer, and critic Hollis Frampton. Donated by Marion Faller, with whom he spent his last 13 years, the items here were likely kept by Frampton during his lifetime, with additional elements being added by Faller after Frampton's death. From original artworks to invaluable audio recordings, this collection gives rare insight into the career and personality of one of the most important...

James E. Hinton Collection, 1968-1992 : Finding Aid

Collection Identifier: hfa00009
Overview:

The James E. Hinton Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 170 items: motion picture film projection prints, workprint materials, 16mm and 1/4" magnetic audio reels, viewing copies and video masters on 1" video, 3/4" U-Matic, Betamax, BetacamSP and VHS, as well as one set of Polaroid photographs created by the photographer, cinematographer and filmmaker James E. Hinton.

Karen Aqua Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00021
Overview: This collection contains films made by animator Karen Aqua (1954-2011). A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design in 1976, Aqua completed 12 independently produced animated films during her career. In addition to these films, which screened at festivals and cinemas all over the world, Aqua taught animation to college students in the Boston area, participated in a number of animation workshops for elementary and middle school aged children throughout the United States, directed and...

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00029
Overview: The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish. This portion of the collection contains all of the holdings for...

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00020
Overview:

The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish.

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00017
Overview:

The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish.

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00003
Overview:

The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish.

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00018
Overview:

The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish.

Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection

Collection Identifier: hfa00019
Overview:

The Lothar and Eva Just Film Stills Collection at the Harvard Film Archive consists of approximately 800,000 film stills, pressbooks, posters, and other cinema-related ephemera originally amassed by Lothar Just, a Munich-based film publicist. Just's expansive collection began in the gathering of image and source material for the annual film lexicons, the Heyne Filmlexikon and Filmjahrbuch, which he continues to publish.