The screenplays are Monkey Business by S. J. Perelman, 1931; Something's Gotta Give by Nancy Meyers, 2003; Calendar Girls
by Juliette Towhidi and Tim Firth, 2003; and Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl by Ted Elliott and Terry
Rossio, 2003. There are two UNESCO reports: "The Light-Weight Synchronized Cinematographic Unit" by Mario Ruspoli, 1963, and
"The American Experimental Film in the Last Decade" by Colin Young, 1964. The final item is the packet from the 1978 conference
of the Society for Cinema Studies containing the program, abstracts of papers, and other materials.
Prof. Henry Breitrose established the graduate program in documentary film and television at Stanford University.
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