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Orphan DVD with Cartier-Bresson Lincoln Brigade wins award

July 2, 2011
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Orphan DVD with Cartier-Bresson Lincoln Brigade wins award

The Orphan Film Symposium DVD containing the recovered and restored film With the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain, by Henri-Cartier-Bresson and Herb Kline, was just award for "Most Original Contribution to Film History" at the prestigious Cinema Ritrovato festival in Bologna, Italy. It was the scholar and ALBA friend Juan Salas who, while conducting research on...
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Juan Salas interviewed on Cartier-Bresson ALB film at Cinema du Réel

April 13, 2011
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Juan Salas interviewed on Cartier-Bresson ALB film at Cinema du Réel

Juan Salas was in Paris in March, alongside ALBA's Robert Coale, to present With the Lincoln Brigade in Spain, the rediscovered film by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Herbert Kline (clip here), at Cinéma du Réel, the prestigous international documentary film festival. Here is an interview with Juan (in French) from the Festival...
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At SFMOMA this January: Cartier-Bresson and the SCW

December 18, 2010
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At SFMOMA this January: Cartier-Bresson and the SCW

This coming January, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art is screening a series of Spanish Civil War films by Henri Cartier-Bresson and others: a first program on Jan. 20th, including Victoire de la vie (Cartier-Bresson and Herbert Kline, 1937, 47 min.) and L'Espagne vivra (Henri Cartier-Bresson, 1938, 44 min.), and a second program...
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ALBA’s Cartier-Bresson film screened at MoMA

September 29, 2010
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With the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain, an 18-minute silent film by Henri Cartier-Bresson and Herbert Kline that was recently discovered in the ALBA archives (clip here) and is now on display at the International Center of Photography, will be screened on October 23 at 1:30pm as part of  MoMA's...
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Capa/Taro footage in Cartier-Bresson documentary

April 11, 2010
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Capa/Taro footage in Cartier-Bresson documentary

While looking through the photographs of the Mexican Suitcase to write a text for the catalogue of the exhibition that will open next September at the ICP in NYC I identified some images that match some of the sections of the HCB documentary. In one instance there is a photograph showing both the camera...
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Henri Cartier-Bresson Film 
Found in ALBA Archive

March 6, 2010
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Henri Cartier-Bresson Film 
Found in ALBA Archive

In late summer 1937, former editor of the journal New Theater, Herbert Kline, traveled to Spain with French photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson and cameraman Jacques Lemare to shoot a documentary about the sanitary services of the American Medical Bureau, an organization created in the United States to aid...
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US cinema and the Popular Front: Spain as common cause

September 14, 2013
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US cinema and the Popular Front: Spain as common cause

On July 25, 1937, the New York Times’ John T. McManus interviewed Joris Ivens, a young Dutch movie director who had just arrived in the United States. What sparked the interview was the premiere of The Spanish Earth, a documentary about the Spanish Civil War financed by a handful of American intellectuals that included...
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Film Screening in Madrid: “With the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain”

October 12, 2012
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Film Screening in Madrid: “With the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain”

Screening at El Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia Madrid Spain 10/15, 7 p.m. Film Series: The cinema of the 1930s. Blue Flowers in a Catastrophic Landscape Selection: The Spanish Civil War through the Eyes of Others Film: The Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spain, Henri Cartier-Bresson & Herbert Kline. 1938, 16 mm, 21’....
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Photography exhibit sparks symposium

December 7, 2011
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Photography exhibit sparks symposium

Agustí Centelles (1909-1985) is one of the most important photojournalists of the Spanish Civil War, and his work should be studied alongside that of Robert Capa, David Seymour, Gerda Taro, Hans Namuth, and Georg Reisner. This much is clear in the wake of the successful exhibit Centelles in_edit_¡oh!, which has been on show...
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Documentaries of the Lincoln Brigade

December 4, 2011
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Documentaries of the Lincoln Brigade

Viewing seven documentaries about the Lincoln Brigade in two days, a curious thing happened: I had difficulty telling them apart. Not, of course, in their broad sweep. Rather, it was in the details, and more specifically in the archival footage, where I had difficulty distinguishing them.
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