FMA. Film and Media Archive
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Black Champions [production] Papers form a small portion of the larger William Miles Collection. Included are research materials containing biographical information, articles, and photographs collected for black athletes including Arthur Ashe, Evelyn Ashford, Jim Brown, Alice Coachman-Davis, Angelo Dundee, Lee Elder, Curt Flood, William “Pop” Gates, Althea...
Scope and Contents The Jon Else Papers includes materials gathered and generated by Else toward the writing of True South: Henry Hampton and Eyes on the Prize, the Landmark Television Series the Reframed the Civil Rights Movement. Materials include interview transcripts with Judy Richardson, Lulie Haddad, Bill Cosby, Steve Fayer, Judith Vecchione, Mark Harris, Martha Fowlkes, Roman Slezas, Sharon LaCruise, Callie Crossley, and other Blackside alumni. Also included are episode...
Scope and Contents Eyes on the Prize: America at the Racial Crossroads 1965–1985 Production Papers forms a portion of the larger Henry Hampton Collection. Included are pre-production materials, research materials, photographs, stock footage information, music research, interview transcripts, and production and editing materials toward all eight episodes of Eyes on the Prize II. In addition, the collection includes...
Scope and Contents The Henry Hampton Personal Papers form a small portion of the larger Henry Hampton Collection. Included are Hampton’s personal business files including proposals, business ventures, financial documentations, correspondence, events, and materials relating to Blackside’s films from the 1970s to the 1990s. Also included are records relating to Hampton’s involvement as a board member of various...
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents The I’ll Make Me a World [production] Papers form a small portion of the larger Henry Hampton Collection. Included are research materials containing biographical information, articles and bibliographies collected for notable individuals including African American artists, writers, actors, and musicians, as well as general research materials on broader subjects...
Scope and Contents The Insignia Films Collection consists of approximately 120 stock footage video tapes, 189 photographs, 7 CDs, newspaper headline reproductions, background research materials, and reference materials for the majority of video, photographs, and audio used for the Insignia Films series, "Reporting America at War." See here for Series 1: Reporting America at War [stock footage], Series 2:...
Scope and Contents The William Miles Personal Papers form a small portion of the larger William Miles Collection. Included are approximately 9,086 photographs including images relating to Harlem, the 369th regiment, Miles Educational Films, Inc. Productions, Miles’ personal endeavors, film stills, publicity photographs, and various photo albums; approximately 1,270 video tapes containing...
Scope and Contents The Judy Richardson Personal Papers include material gathered and generated by Richardson involving her time at Blackside, Inc. Majority of material focuses on production of series including: Eyes on the Prize, Eyes on the Prize II, The Great Depression, America's War on Poverty, Malcolm X: Make it Plain, I'll Make Me a World, BreakThrough, This Far by Faith and Hopes on the Horizon. Includes episode treatments, various drafts of scripts, internal Blackside correspondence and research - some...
Scope and Contents Materials gathered and produced by the Center for Documentary Media (CFDM) for a National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) funded documentary on the history of the Southern Civil Rights Movement. CFDM was a non-profit production company headed by Jack Willis. The documentary at the center of this collection was never completed. Pre-interviews and interviews conducted for the project exist on 16mm film and are not detailed in this finding aid. For more information about the film associated...