Sunday Matinee Films - Ansel Adams and National Geographic
Date: January 20, 2013
Time: 01:30 pm to 04:00 pm
Location: Tom Gilcrease Jr. Auditorium
Contact: Gilcrease Museum 918-596-2700
Ansel Adams, Photographer
This personal account by Adams of his life and work includes images of historic photographs, a discussion of the "zone" system, and a demonstration of the photo developing process. Directed by John Huszar for Film America, Inc., the original version received awards from Cine Golden Eagle, American Film Festival, and the San Francisco Film Festival. 1977, remastered in 2003. 60 minutes, documentary-not rated.
National Geographic Live! The Photographers: Lanting & Kendrick
For Wings of the Albatross, Frans Lanting documented the world of the albatross, a bird enshrined in legend and poetry. Traveling to the various Pacific island locations that serve the birds as way stations on their journeys, Lanting captured hauntingly beautiful images of these graceful birds in flight, as well as intimate moments in their island breeding grounds. Narration is provided by the photographer.
In 21st Century Cowboys, Robb Kendrick traveled the western U.S. and Mexico to produce a fascinating portrait of the modern heirs to the cowboy legacy. A master of tintype, a technique of wet plate photography on metal that was widely used in the mid-19th century, he has created a portfolio of images that evoke the look and feel of another time while faithfully recording modern subjects and views. Narration is provided by the photographer. 2008, 90 minutes, National Geographic documentary, not rated.
No registration is required. Seating is first-come, first-seated. Groups are welcome.
Free with museum admission.