Robert Roy MacVeigh's _Dorothy and the Wizard in Oz_, though for copyright reasons you probably will not be able to find a copy from anyone (Try www.ozclub.org), as it was set to the Capitol Records 78 of the same name. These were not photographs, though, they were watercolors. Scott =============================================================================== Scott Andrew Hutchins http://php.iupui.edu/~sahutchi Oz, Monsters, Kamillions, and More! "Colorless green ideas sleep furiously."--Noam Chomsky On Mon, 8 Feb 1999, Aylish Wood wrote: > Hi Jason, > > I imagine you'll have seen the recent BBC2 programme > Shooting the Past. There are scenes in which a series of > photographs are used to tell stories, though I don't think > the mise-en-scene of the piece overall is in a dialogue > with the phototgraphs. > > cheers, > > Aylish > > On Sat, 6 Feb 1999 13:55:51 +0000 DR J J JACOBS > <[log in to unmask]> wrote: > > > > I'm looking for examples of films or television programmes that use > > still photography as an aspect of their mise-en-scene, particularly > > those that 'energise' the photograph within the temporal continuity > > of the film (e.g. using voice-over narration). I'd also be grateful > > for reading suggestions ( I've looked at the Patrice > > Petro collection, FUGITIVE IMAGEs, and take Sontag, Bourdieu and > > Benjamin as read). > > Any suggestions - from the opening of Chinatown to La Jettee! - most > > welcome. > > > > Jason > > > > > > Dr Jason Jacobs > > Department of Film and Television Studies > > University of Warwick > > Coventry > > CV4 7AL > > > > ---- > > Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the > > University of Alabama. > > ---------------------- > Aylish Wood > [log in to unmask] > > ---- > To sign off Screen-L, e-mail [log in to unmask] and put SIGNOFF Screen-L > in the message. Problems? Contact [log in to unmask] > ---- Screen-L is sponsored by the Telecommunication & Film Dept., the University of Alabama.