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This selection of shorts showcases some of Korty’s finest works, including a haunting record of an anti-nuclear protest and a portrait of pioneering photographer Imogen Cunningham.
by John Korty
The 9pm screening will be introduced by director John Korty.
Korty’s haunting black-and-white documentary records a silent three-day vigil outside the Pentagon by a group of a thousand Quakers protesting nuclear weapons.
Korty captures intimate moments with then-86-year-old photographer Imogen Cunningham, paying tribute to her trailblazing career and capturing her salty humor and plain-spoken wisdom.
Based on a John Updike story with one line of dialogue, this evocative drama produced for PBS—about a writer grappling with spiritual quandaries—is one of Korty’s finest achievements.
From a laidback dialogue about giving up smoking, this cut-out animation was made in six weeks with a homemade camera stand, and went on to be nominated for an Oscar.
A sampling of the spots that Korty Films made for both Sesame Street and The Electric Company.