San Francisco Cinematheque Digital Archives

Bruce Baillie artist file, 3 of 3

Item

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Title

Bruce Baillie artist file, 3 of 3

Subject

Motion picture producers and directors--United States; Experimental films--California--San Francisco Bay Area; Baillie, Bruce, 1931-2020;Canyon Cinema; San Francisco Cinematheque

Description

Primary and secondary documents related to the life and work of Bruce Baillie. Folder contains correspondence (hand-written letters, greeting cards, postcards), photocopies photos of Baillie and family, travel information, screening posters and program notes, original typescript of Michael Wallin's essay "For Bruce Baillie: Canyon Cinema's Father, My Dad" (1995), correspondence from Chick Strand, email correspondence, an illustration of Canyon Cinema's first logo, a letter from Baillie to President Bill Clinton (1993), a notice of Baillie's convocation screening at UC Berkeley (1971), grant proposal to the Ford Foundation (1963), film descriptions (including for unfinished films).

Creator

Baillie, Bruce, 1931-2020; San Francisco Cinematheque

Date

1961-2010

Contributor

Digitization made possible through support provided by California Revealed and the California State Library.

Rights

Courtesy of San Francisco Cinematheque. This work is made accessible for purposes of education and research.
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Type

text

Format

document

Language

eng

Identifier

casfc_000005

Local URL

Citation

Baillie, Bruce, 1931-2020; San Francisco Cinematheque, “Bruce Baillie artist file, 3 of 3,” San Francisco Cinematheque Digital Archives, accessed June 20, 2024, http://archive.sfcinematheque.org/items/show/1230.