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Ernie Gehr

Document author(s):
Jean-Edith Weiffenbach, Julie Blankenship, Ernie Gehr, Bill Berkson, and J. Hoberman
Document source:
San Francisco Art Institute
Publication date:
March 30, 1995 - April 30, 1995
Document type:
program
Number of pages:
35
Document name subject:
Ernie Gehr, Winsor McCay, and Michael Snow
Document contains:
cost info and production co
Related films:
  • Wait — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1968
  • Morning — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1968
  • Still — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1969
  • Transparency — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1969
  • Reverberation — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1969
  • Three — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1970
  • Field — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1970
  • Serene velocity — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1970
  • History — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1970
  • Shift — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1972
  • Behind the scenes — Gehr, Ernie — No country known — 1975
  • Untitled — Gehr, Ernie — No country known — 1976
  • Table — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1976
  • Hotel — Gehr, Ernie — No country known — 1979
  • Untitled, part one — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1981
  • Mirage — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1981
  • Signal - Germany on the air — Gehr, Ernie — No country known — 1982
  • Eureka — Roeg, Nicolas — Great Britain; United States — 1983
  • Side/walk/shuttle — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1991
  • Rear window — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1991
  • This side of paradise — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1991
  • Daniel Willi, March April May 1992 — Gehr, Ernie — United States — 1993
  • Listen — No director known — No country known — No year known
Film country(ies):
Great Britain and United States
Film language(s):
English
Film production company:
JF Productions, Recorded Picture Company, and Sunley Productions Ltd.
Film genre(s):
Adaptation, Bay Area avant-garde, Drama, Experimental, Feature, Melodrama, Short, and Silent
Film subject(s):
  • Berlin Wall, Berlin, Germany, 1961-1989
  • Children of the rich -- Drama
  • City traffic
  • Dysfunctional families -- Drama
  • Elevators
  • Hitchcock, Alfred, 1899-1980. Rear window
  • Houts, Marshall. Who killed Sir Harry Oakes? -- Film and video adaptations
  • Jews -- Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.)
  • Millionaires -- Drama
  • Rich people -- Drama
  • San Francisco (Calif.)
  • Tables
  • Traffic -- Germany
  • Urban landscapes
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