Uncommon Images: James Van DerZee

By: Barron, Evelyn (director)

Price: $15.00

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Book Condition: Very Good


BH4 - A VHS NTSC full screen color and black and white unrated withdrawn ex-library documentary film in very good- condition. The tape shows very, very slight signs of use that affect the play in no way at all plus there is a library DISCARD stamp in red ink on the top label on the cassette plus there is a tiny patch of surface damage (about 0.25"x0.25") from a library label on the top label on the cassette plus there is some label staining on the top surface of the cassette. The plastic clamshell case shows ony very, very slight overall shelf wear plus the color paper sleeve insert shows no visible signs of wear. A documentary film by Evelyn Barron about the life and art of James Van Derzee, a great African-American photographer noted for his artistry as well as his documentation of sixty years of black community public and private life in Harlem. This film is a winner of an award from the Black Film Festival of Newark, New Jersey, the CINE Golden Eegle, and the Silver Plaque Award from the Chicago International Film Festival. By the producer of "It Must Be Love ('Cause I Feel So Dumb!)" and "Johnny Cash! The Man, His World, His Music." VHS, NTSC, color and black and white, unrated, 22 minutes.

Title: Uncommon Images: James Van DerZee

Author: Barron, Evelyn (director)

Categories: Biography, Art History, Photography, African-American, Artists V-Z, Photographers, Artists A-E,

Publisher: New York, New York, USA, Filmakers Library/Modern Educational Video Network: 1977

Binding: VHS Video Tape

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Type: Ex-Library

Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

Book ID: SCW13591

Keywords: Nonfiction Non-fiction Art History Photography VAn DerZee James Black American Life Harlem Life Harlem History Public Life Private Life Black Community Biography Autobiography African American Artist African-American Artist Afro American Artist Afro-Ameri,