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Full frame documentary shorts, vol. 3 [DVD videorecording] : Documentary Film Festival / Department of Communication, Stanford University ; a Caama Group Production ; Black Pepper Images presents ; Florida State University Film School ; produced by Michael W. Pfaendtner, Anab Jain ; directors, Melba L. Williams, Scott Vosbury, Warwick Thornton, Michael Pfaendtner, Vinayan Kodoth, Franko Galoso.

Contributor(s): Williams, Melba L | Vosbury, Scott | Thornton, Warwick | Pfaendtner, Michael | Kodoth, Vinayan | Galoso, Franko | Williams, Rodney | Kunoth Monks, Rosalie | Raina, Ajay | Ghosh, Shobha | Pearson, Elizabeth | Mahajan, Sameer | Ceryak, Mark | Flynn, Jack | Docurama (Firm) | New Video Group.
Material type: FilmFilmPublisher: [United States] : New York, NY : Docurama ; Distributed by New Video, [2005]Description: 1 videodisc (96 min.) : sd., col. with b&w sequences ; 4 3/4 in.ISBN: 0767079841.Subject(s): Veterans -- United States | Sandwich construction | Indigenous women | Last meal before execution | OverpopulationGenre/Form: Short films. | Documentary -- Short.DDC classification: 791.43/75
Contents:
A thousand worlds The great cheesesteak debate Rosalie's journey Texas hospitality Journeys Foxhole
Production Credits: Directors of photography, Elizabeth Pearson, Melba L. Williams, Warwick Thornton, Sameer Mahajan, Mark Ceryak, Jack Flynn, Franko Galoso ; editors, Melba L. Williams, Dena Curtis, Narayanan A.V., Franko Galoso ; music, Jack Flynn.
Interviews with: Rodney Williams, Rosalie Kunoth Monks ; voices: Ajay Raina, Shobha Ghosh.Summary: "A thousand words": Tells the personal story of a quiet Vietnam War veteran and how his children attempt to understand him. "The great cheesesteak debate": A war wages in the streets of Philadelphia - who has the best Cheesesteak? "Rosalie's journey": An Aboriginal woman's life changes when she is plucked from obscurity to star in the 1955 acclaimed film 'Jedda'. "Texas hospitality": Examines the final meal requests from a number of exucuted prisoners from the state of Texas. "Journeys": Explores the universal issues of space and human relations in over-populated Bombay. "Foxhole": The paths of two decorated soldiers take an unexpected turn.
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DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo.

Interviews with: Rodney Williams, Rosalie Kunoth Monks ; voices: Ajay Raina, Shobha Ghosh.

Directors of photography, Elizabeth Pearson, Melba L. Williams, Warwick Thornton, Sameer Mahajan, Mark Ceryak, Jack Flynn, Franko Galoso ; editors, Melba L. Williams, Dena Curtis, Narayanan A.V., Franko Galoso ; music, Jack Flynn.

MPAA rating: Not rated.

"A thousand words": Tells the personal story of a quiet Vietnam War veteran and how his children attempt to understand him. "The great cheesesteak debate": A war wages in the streets of Philadelphia - who has the best Cheesesteak? "Rosalie's journey": An Aboriginal woman's life changes when she is plucked from obscurity to star in the 1955 acclaimed film 'Jedda'. "Texas hospitality": Examines the final meal requests from a number of exucuted prisoners from the state of Texas. "Journeys": Explores the universal issues of space and human relations in over-populated Bombay. "Foxhole": The paths of two decorated soldiers take an unexpected turn.

A thousand worlds (c2003; 8 min.) -- The great cheesesteak debate (c2003; 13 min.) -- Rosalie's journey (c2004; 22 min.) -- Texas hospitality (c2003; 4 min.) -- Journeys (c2004; 37 min.) -- Foxhole (c2003; 12 min.).

Special features: Filmmaker biographies; film credits; film selection.

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