Discussing the 18th International film festival with a panel of jurors: including David Robinson and John Russell Taylor of the London Times, Jay Scott of the Toronto Globe and mail, Albert Johnson of the San Francisco Chronical, William Woolf of the New
Interviewing film director Richard Lester while Studs was in London.
Discussing the film "The Official Story," an entry in the 21st Chicago International Film Festival, with actress Norma Aleandro and Oscar Kramer.
Discussing the films "Zorba The Greek", "Sweet Country", "The Artica Line", "Euripedes Trilogy", "The Day The Fish Came Out," and others with director and screenwriter Michael Cacoyannis.
Interviewing Jorn Donner of The Svenska Film Institute while Studs was in Sweden.
Discussing the book "Front and center" with the author John Houseman.
Interviewing producer, director and screenwriter Jean Bach about her Oscar-nominated documentary "A Great Day in Harlem".
Interviewing Erich Lüth while Studs was in Germany.
Discussing the film "Fire from the Mountain," a biography of Omar Cabezas, a Nicaraguan politician and anti-Somaza agitator, with the film's producer and director Deborah Shaffer.
Discussing and reading "The American buffalo" and "The woods" with David Mamet.
Discussing "Goldwyn: A Biography," (published by Knopf) with the author A. Scott Berg.
Never having seen a movie herself, the old Hungarian woman who Irme Gyongyossy directed in the film , "A Quite Ordinary Life," was very open to having a film made about her life. Gyongyossy talks about the woman's adventures while on a trip to London.
Studs Terkel talks with theater producer Herman Shumlin about Shumlin’s work in theater and some of the plays he has produced. This is the final part of the interview with Shumlin.
Studs Terkel talks with theater producer Herman Shumlin about Shumlin’s work in theater and some of the plays he has produced. Audio clips from the play “The Little Foxes” and the opera “Regina” are played. This is the first part of the interview with Shumlin.