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#322: ART OF FILM: WHO INVENTED MOTION PICTURES?, THE
1962-11-20, WNDT, 9 min.
James Card, Stanley Kauffmann

James Card comments.  

September 18, 1962 - May 25, 1965

 While Judith Crist  was becoming established in the early 1960's in New York on  WABC Channel 7, a more erudite brand of film criticism was brought to public television. Stanley Kauffmann was on of the first film critics to use TV as a means of consistently investigating film culture. Kauffmann was the host of THE ART OF FILM from April 16, 1963                             until May 25, 1965. He replaced James Card who hosted this weekly half hour series from  September 18, 1962 (two days after WNET went on the air as a Public Educational Broadcast  Channel), until his last appearance, February 26, 1963. 

Stanley Kauffmann conducted discussions on The Art of Film regarding the techniques, processes, and artistry of film making with guests who included production Screen Writers, Educators, Producers, Directors and Actors. 
Film clips were interspersed to illustrate points in a documentary-like manner rather than used as they mostly were to plug a newest release. 

 In 1964 THE ART OF FILM won a local New York Emmy Award for excellence.  

                               
#586: ART OF FILM, THE
1964-01-05, WNDT, 19 min.
Laurel and Hardy, Hal Roach Sr., Stan Laurel, Oliver Hardy, Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmannn uses excerpts from three Hal Roach Sr. comedies to examine the techniques of Laurel and Hardy.                          
#591: ART OF FILM: THE EDITOR, THE
1964-01-19, WNDT, 21 min.
Carl Lerner, Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmann interviews Film Editor Carl Lerner.             
#599: ART OF FILM: FILMMAKING IN N.Y., THE
1964-02-02, WNDT, 27 min.
Charles McGuire, Dede Allen, Stanley Kauffmann, Shirley Clarke, Richard Sylbert

Stanley Kauffmann's guests are Shirley Clarke, Charles McGuire, Richard Sylbert and Dede Allen.                                       
#618: ART OF FILM, THE
1964-03-01, WNDT, 25 min.
Stephen Sharff, Haig P. Manoogian, Martin Scorsese, Haig Manoogian, Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmann discusses "Film Schools" with Stephen Sharff from Columbia University and Haig P. Manoogian from NYU. One student film from each school is shown in its entirety, including Martin Scorsese's NYU 9 minute comedy short, WHAT'S A NICE GIRL LIKE YOU DOING IN A PLACE LIKE THIS? which was his first NYU student film made in 1963. 

NOTE: Motion Picture director Martin Scorsese's mentor was Prof. Haig Manoogian who was in charge of Film Studies at New York University's School of the Arts, later to be known as the Tish School of the Arts. Scorsese attended NYU during the early 1960's receiving a B.A degree and then receiving his M.F.A degree in Film in 1968, the year his first Feature Film, WHO'S THAT KNOCKING AT MY DOOR was released...co- produced by Manoogian. Earlier NYU films made by Scorsese as an undergraduate NYU student included, WHAT'S A NICE GIRL LIKE YOU DOING IN A PLACE LIKE THIS? (1963), IT'S NOT JUST YOU, MURRAY! (1964), and THE BIG SHAVE (1967).
Martin Scorsese has many times stated how greatly inspired and influenced he was in his early days by film professor Haig P. Manoogian. 

This broadcast video tape was re-run on May 25, 1965, and was the final program of the series.                                                                                                      
#686: ART OF FILM, THE
1964-07-22, WNDT, 28 min.
Stanley Kauffmann, Shirley Clarke, Carl Lee, Baird Bryant, Frederick Wiseman

Stanley Kauffmann interviews filmmaker Shirley Clarke. 
The entire program relates to Clarke's new film THE COOL WORLD which took four months to cast and one year to film. She states that this is the first film to be shot mostly in Harlem, New York. Kauffmann questions Clarke from all angles...how the film technically was made, how it was cast, challenges filming on the streets of Harlem, etc. 
Shirley Clarke discusses the genesis of the film...how she was approached by Frederick Wiseman who bought the rights to the 1958 book, her dependency and friendship with Carl Lee and her relationship with her cameraman, Baird Bryant. 

This interview has not been seen or heard in over half a century. It was recorded off the air by Phil Gries and is considered the only known broadcast record in the world of such rare television interview of length with Shirley Clark who at the time was at the top of her form and notoriety.  This is the only one on one TV interview of length,extant ,done by Clarke. 

Shirley Clarke (I) (1919–1997)
Director | Editor | Producer
Shirley Clarke was born on October 2, 1919 in New York City, New York, USA as Shirley Brimberg. She was a director and editor, known for The Cool World (1963), Skyscraper (1960) and The Connection (1961). She was married to Bert Clarke. 

Born: October 2, 1919 in New York City, New York, USA
Died: September 23, 1997 (age 77)  
 
 -Notable Films -
 1967 Portrait of Jason(Documentary)-selected to*film registry* 

 1963 Robert Frost: A Lover's Quarrel with the World (Documentary short)

 1963 The Cool World------------ selected to*film registry*

 1961 The Connection

 1960 Scary Time (Short)
 1960 Skyscraper (Short documentary)
                                                           
#689: ART OF FILM, THE
1964-07-29, WNDT, 9 min.
Robert Rossen, Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmann interviews director Robert Rossen.             
#713: ART OF FILM, THE
1964-11-02, WNDT, 28 min.
Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmann discusses "The Sound Mix."             
#725: ART OF FILM, THE
1965-01-26, WNDT, 23 min.
W.C. Fields, Stanley Kauffmann

Stanley Kauffmann discusses the life and artistry of W.C. Fields.             
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