NSCAD DVD CATALOGUE
NSCAD DVD CATALOGUE
DVDs and Special Collections of NSCAD University's Visual Resources Collection and Library
This is a catalogue of the circulating DVDs and special collection of books held in the NSCAD Visual Resources Collection. You can browse titles or search in the search box to the left to find specific items.
NSCAD University (Nova Scotia College of Art and Design) Library and Visual Resources Collection
"Claude Latour documents a performance by West Coast artist Lawrence Paul Yuxwaluptun, during which he shoots copies of the Indian Act. In 1997, Yuxwaluptun brought the Indian Act back to its place of origin, Great Britain and symbolically shot…
When a group of renegade artists sought to transcend the limitations of painting and sculpture in the late 1960s and early 1970s, land art was born through their monumental earthworks in the desolate desert landscape of the American…
Collection of Penelope Spheeris' three music documentaries entitled "The Decline of Western Civilization", originally released in 1981, 1988, and 1998, plus a bonus disc.
Contains video of nine performances by Jan Świdziński. Published to accompany the book "Jan Swidzinski en contexte".
By the way of an introduction to the GPO Classic Collection, The GPO Story, co-produced by The Post Office and the BBC, tells the story of the GPO Film Unit's bold experiments in movie-making. Extracts from many of the classics are included, as are…
A trilogy in which characters are haunted by the past and bewitched by memories.
Suspense classic that influenced the 1960 movie, Psycho, by Alfred Hitchcock. Tells the story of a sadistic headmaster of a Parisian boarding school who is murdered by his wife and mistress, whom he has mistreated. The women dump his body in a…
Notoriously camera-shy, Lewitt refused awards and rarely granted interviews, yet in this cinematic portrait, the pioneering conceptual American artist comes alive. Using extensive interviews and documentation of artwork installed around the world,…
This video provides highlights of June 11, 2008 in the House of Commons, the day the Prime Minister of Canada issues an apology for the Indian Residential Schools system. Included are responses from the various First Nations representatives who were…
"Rebecca Belmore created her PROTEST piece (a giant megaphone), not just for herself but for the people. During her trek across Canada in the summer of 1992, she made the Wiggins Bay Blockade one of her stops. For three days, the megaphone sat on top…