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    September 2000
Rainbow animate

Brooklyn Center Cinema
and the
Brooklyn College Film Dept.
present a Film Series: 

The Aesthetics of Wide Screen Motion Pictures
By Foster Hirsch
Professor Hirsch will lead a discussion before each CinEvent
with an introduction by Frank Angel, Director, Brooklyn Center Cinema


December 4th - 2:00 pm  
Walt Whitman Theatre

Opened to Students, Seniors and Brooklyn Center Cinema Patrons

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A 2oth Century Fox Release (1953)
2hrs 15min

Starring
Richard Burton, Jean Simmons
Victor Mature, Michael Rennie and Jay Robinson
with Richard Boone, Anne Bancroft, Dean Jagger
and Cameron Mitchell as the Voice of
Christ
Directed by HENRY KOSTER
Produced by
Frank Ross


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Brooklyn Center Cinema
and the
Brooklyn College Film Dept.
present a Film Series: 

The Aesthetics of Wide Screen Motion Pictures
By Foster Hirsch
Professor Hirsch will lead a discussion before each CinEvent
with an introduction by Frank Angel, Director, Brooklyn Center Cinema

December 11 - 2pm  
Walt Whitman Theatre

 Opened to Students, Seniors and Brooklyn Center Cinema Patrons


A 2oth Century Fox Release (1954)
1hr 18min

Starring
Dorothy Dandridge, Harry Belafonte, Olga James,
Pearl Bailey, and Diahann Carroll
with Joe Adams, DeForest Covan, Roy E. Glenn, Sr.
and MARILYN HORNE as Dandridge
and Caroll's Singing Voice
and LeVERN HUTCHERSON as Belafonte's
Singing Voice


The Symphonic Music Score of GEORGES BIZET
Musical Direction: Herschel Burke Gilbert
Book: Oscar Hammerstein II
Produced and Directed by Otto Preminger


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Additional Production Credits

Harry Kleiner: Screenwriter
Sam Leavitt: Cinematographer
Louis Loeffler: Editor
Edward Ilou: Art Director

Oscar Hammerstein II: Lyrics
Claude E. Carpenter: Set Design
Mary Ann Nyberg: Costumes

Herbert Ross: Choreography

AWARDS

Academy Awards - 1954
Best Actress (n): Dorothy Dandridge
Best Score (n): Herschel Burke Gilbert

Berlin International Film Festival 1955
Best of Festival: Otto Preminger

British Academy Awards - 1955
Best Film: Otto Preminger

Golden Globe - 1955
Best Film

New York Film Critics Circle - 1954
Best Actress: Dorothy Dandridge
Best Direction: Otto Preminger
Best Film: Otto Preminger

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