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Animation Film Making: A Teaching Method at the Institute of Design 1968 to 1980

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Video Identifier: V.2013-01-0045
Run Time
0h 18m 25s
Color
B&W
Sound
Mono
Date Produced
1999
Abstract
A short video documentary on Larry Janiak's time as an instructor at the Institute of Design in Chicago, where he taught undergraduate and graduate students for 12 years. Aaron Siskind hired Larry in 1968 to start an experimental live action and animated film area at the school. A narrator introduces Larry's career and achievements at the school and guides viewers through the animation filmmaking area. The film primarily features footage of a beginning animation course taught by Larry.
Main Credit
Janiak, Larry (is filmmaker)
Childs, Chet (is filmmaker)
Additional Credit
Greenberg, Sandy (is cinematographer)
O'Hearn, Joe (is cinematographer)
Childs, Chet (is editor)
Gadbois, Bob (is editor)
Actors, Performers and Participants
Janiak, Larry (is participant)
Childs, Chet (is narrator)
Form
Short
Related Place
Chicago (production location of)