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From Archive to Screen!

Sunday, November 11th, 2018
8:00 pm
- 10:00 pm

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On November 11 at 8pm, archival producer and visual researcher Rich Remsberg will talk about his work, along with a screening of Bandit, the outrageously true story of car- and genre-busting superstar Burt Reynolds. Conversation with Shawn Rosenheim, Williams College Professor of English, will follow. Admission will be free.

North Adams resident (and Images Cinema member) Rich Remsberg is an Emmy Award-winning archival producer and visual researcher. His job is to provide the vintage film footage, photographs, and other material seen in documentary films.

You may have seen his work on the recent Netflix series Bobby Kennedy for President or Eugene Jarecki’s metaphoric roadtrip film on Elvis, The King. Or maybe the tragic sports documentaries Happy Valley and Love Means Zero, or one of the more than two dozen American Experience, American Masters, NOVA, or other PBS programs.

Whether creating an immersive atmosphere, offering evidence, or illuminating nuanced meaning, archival storytelling makes up the soul of nonfiction film.

 

 

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