Martha Graham - Dance On Film

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Special Features

New, restored high-definition digital transfers of three films: A Dancer's World, Appalachian Spring, Night Journey; A comparison of Appalachian Spring with an archival performance, by dance critic and historian Deborah Jowitt; Excerpts from a television pilot featuring composer Aaron Copland discussing his work on Appalachian Spring; A visual essay on working with Graham, narrated by Nathan Kroll; New interview with Museum of Television and Radio curator Ron Simon, discussing Kroll's work and legacy; New interviews with the films' editors, Eleanor Hamerow and Miriam Arsham; Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed, a 1994 documentary produced for PBS's American Masters series; New interviews with six dancers from the films; Excerpts from a 1975 filmed technique demonstration by Graham's company, narrated by Graham; Footage of Graham's company from a 1954 European tour; A booklet featuring a new essay by dance critic Joan Acocella
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 9/18/2007
  • UPC: 715515025829
  • Rating:

  • Source: Criterion
  • Region Code: 1
  • Presentation: B&W / 1:33:1 aspect ratio
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:32:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 8,383

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Martha Graham Primary Artist
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Martha Graham: Dance on Film, Disc 1
1. "Dance Is Communication" [2:56]
2. The Dancers [8:13]
3. Ten Years [2:47]
4. "Youth's Lyric Joy and Sadness" [4:30]
5. A Flirtation [1:53]
6. "The Deep Matters of the Heart" [3:59]
7. Spontaneity and Simplicity [6:30]
Disc #2 -- Martha Graham: Dance on Film, Disc 2
1. Denishawn/New York [9:14]
2. An American Language [6:31]
3. Community/Emotional Directness [3:37]
4. Growing Fame [4:26]
5. Louis Horst/Eric Hawkins [7:22]
6. Appalachian Spring [3:57]
7. The Greek Classics [4:29]
8. Devastation/A Vision [5:56]
9. Staying Too Long [5:35]
10. Rebirth [3:49]
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Menu

Disc #1 -- Martha Graham: Dance on Film, Disc 1
   A Dancer's World
      Play the Movie
      Chapters
      Color Bars
   Appalachian Spring
      Play the Movie
      Version Comparison
         Play
      Aaron Copland: Arts America
         Play
   Night Journey
      Play the Movie
   Ron Simon on Nathan Kroll
      Play
   The Editors
      Play
   Kroll: In His Own Words
      Play
Disc #2 -- Martha Graham: Dance on Film, Disc 2
   Martha Graham: The Dancer Revealed
      Play
      Index
   The Dancers
      Play
   The Martha Graham Technique
      Play
   The Company on Tour, 1954
      Play
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    PBS connection good, but not what I'd expected

    Overall, this program was excellent. The offerings on Disc 1 were in pristine condition, and the booklet did a wonderful job of explaining the ballet pieces. The PBS documentary, on Disc 2, was what attracted my interest to this program, and I feel I should point something out to anybody else who might be interested that this documentary is the one narrated by Claire Bloom for AMERICAN MASTERS, not the GREAT PERFORMANCES one narrated by Kathleen Turner that was the only one I knew about. Aside from that, I would highly recommend this DVD.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted August 20, 2010

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