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Novelist Robert Kotlowitz discusses his book "The Boardwalk;" reads passages from book.
Discussing the book "Running time: films of the cold war" with the author Nora Sayre.
Discussing film in Poland with Jerzi Bossack.
Garson Kanin discusses his book "Hollywood: Stars and Starlets, Tycoons, Moviemakers, Frauds, Hopefuls, Great Lovers", published in 1967.
Julia Reichert, Sylvia Woods, and Stella Nowicki discuss their documentary film "Union Maids" and the tradition of unions in the United States.
Discussing the movie "Return of the Secaucus seven" with Maggie Renzi and John Sayles.
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 producer of "Heartland" Annick Smith.
Pauline Kael (National Book award winner) discusses contemporary films and her recent publications. Much of the conversation is focused on Stanley Kubrick's work and the role of violence in movies.
This is a re-airing of an interview of Mel Brooks. Brooks discusses his new movie "The Twelve Chairs": audience reactions; critic reviews; how the movie was made; the atmosphere of the crew; the movie plot; and highlights certain particularly satirical moments in the movie. Throughout the interview Brooks performs some impersonations of both real and fictional characterizations of people.