Jazz Shorts from Swing to Bop
Wed. Aug 29, 2018 at 6:30pm EDT
8 days away
A series of short films from the Library’s collections show jazz through the ages on the big screen.
o "Black and Tan" (1929, dir. Dudley Murphy)
o "Soundies #1" (1940s, dir. none listed)
o "Harlem Wednesday" (1959, dirs. John Hubley and Faith Elliot)
o "Dizzy Gillespie" (1964, dir. Les Blank)
Edo Choi, Assistant Programmer for the Maysles Documentary Center, turns to the Library’s collections to curate a night of short films that show how jazz as an art form has been represented in film over the decades.
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