Horton Foote on contemporary drama
One of America's leading dramatists, Horton Foote has accumulated a wealth of professional honors over his 60-plus-year career -- the National Medal of Arts, two Oscars, a Pulitzer Prize, and election to the Theatre Hall of Fame, to name only a few. In this program, Bill Moyers talks with Foote about his new play The Carpetbagger's Children and three concepts that had a distinct influence on it: family, memory, and home. In the process, they open a window on what it is like to be a writer for stage and screen as they discuss topics ranging from the art of storytelling to the dynamics of the creative process. Biographical background on how Foote got his start as an actor and a dramatist is also included.
Ganguzza, Mark; Moyers, Bill D.; Foote, Horton
Public Affairs Television (Firm); WNET (Television station : New York, N.Y.); Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Performing Arts, Music; Theater; Performing Arts; Dramatists, American -- 20th century -- Interviews; Dramatists, American -- 20the century -- Biography
North America; United States; New Jersey
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43 minutes; color
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A production of Public Affairs Television, Inc. ; a presentation of Thirteen/WNET New York ; directed by Mark Ganguzza. Host: Bill Moyers; interviewee: Horton Foote. Program editor: Larry Goldfine ; executive producer: Felice Firestone ; senior executive producer: John Siceloff ; executive editor: Judith Davidson Moyers ; music by Douglas J. Cuomo.
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Filename: lms-089767; Fedora 2 PID: umd:10769; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/3244; Catalog Key: alephsys004126020; OCLC: ocm70877847
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