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2002 Third Coast Festival Spotlight

Third Coast Festival

A spotlight on some of the most compelling and creative audio documentaries and features produced worldwide in 2002.

A spotlight on some of the most compelling and creative audio documentaries and features produced worldwide in 2002.
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Location:

Chicago, IL

Description:

A spotlight on some of the most compelling and creative audio documentaries and features produced worldwide in 2002.

Language:

English

Contact:

Third Coast Festival Navy Pier 848 East Grand Chicago, Illinois 60611-3509 312-948-4682


Episodes

What's That in My Underwear? First Period Stories

11/3/2002
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From summer camp woes to blissful recognitions of womanhood, this feature on menstruation explores what it's really like to "become a woman. Produced by Arielle Adams for Girl Talk, Blunt Youth Radio, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:10:32


The Best of Ideas: Petula Clark

11/3/2002
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Many people know of pianist Glenn Gould's unique and somewhat maverick contributions to the classical music world. Produced by Glenn Gould for The Best of Ideas, CBC, Canada, 2002

Duration: 00:29:37


Steve the Baker

11/3/2002
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Without bread we are all orphans," says the sign that greets customers as they walk into Steve's Bread Shop in Portland, Maine. Meet Steve, who bakes bread in the most traditional way possible: by hand. Produced by David Welch for Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:05:09


Sound Design From Hell

11/3/2002
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Film sound designer Steve Boeddeker demonstrates how sound can be used to enhance the emotional impact of a scene. Produced by Jonathan Mitchell for Studio 360, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:05:46


Ruth Ellis

11/3/2002
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Ruth Ellis lived to be over 100 years old. She realized in her teens that she was gay but she didn't talk much about it then. Produced by Neenah Ellis for Morning Edition, NPR, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:09:15


Postcards From a Fanatic Reactionary Pedestrian

11/3/2002
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What is a fanatic reactionary pedestrian? How does one get to be this way? Produced by Abner Serd for TCF, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:17:52


Our Day Will Come

11/3/2002
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Our Day Will Come explores the impact of R&B on America's civil rights movement, as well as the influence of the movement on popular music. Produced by Lex Gillespie for USA, 2002

Duration: 00:59:06


New Orleans' Hurricane Risk

11/3/2002
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In September, 2002, three years before Katrina devastated America?s gulf coast, veteran NPR reporter Daniel Zwerdling investigated what would happen to New Orleans if it fell in the path of a Category 5 hurricane. Produced by Daniel Zwerdling for All Things Considered, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:20:05


Mind, Body, Soul

11/3/2002
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An interview with a performance artist, whose "art" consists of consuming entire copies of the Oxford English Dictionary, Gray's Anatomy, and the King James Bible. Produced by Gregory Whitehead for BBC Radio 4, USA / UK, 2002

Duration: 00:14:01


Mei Mei, A Daughter's Song

11/3/2002
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Dmae Roberts tell two interwoven stories in this personal documentary: the frustration she feels not living up to her mother's ideal of a perfect Taiwanese daughter and the compassion she has for a mother who as a child suffered abuse, starvation, and the horrors of World War Two. Produced by Dmae Roberts for NPR, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:26:34


Marinade a la Tete

11/3/2002
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A cerebral yet refreshing exploration into the question "where do creative ideas come from? Produced by Gregory Whitehead for BBC Radio 4, USA / UK, 2002

Duration: 00:04:01


Ice Music

11/3/2002
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What if sounds could be frozen into ice cubes, then released upon their melting? Everyday movements and actions might become rich musical performances... Produced by Gregory Whitehead for All Things Considered, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:02:27


How Do You Get to Carnegie Hall?

11/3/2002
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For one month during the summer of 1996, producer Brenda Hutchinson drove her piano from New York City to San Francisco in the back of a U-Haul truck. Produced by Brenda Hutchinson for Soundprint, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:25:58


Hollister

11/3/2002
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Hollister is an investigation into what really happened on July 4, 1947, when 2,000 bikers roared into a small California town and left a media explosion in their wake. Produced by Helen Borten for A Sense of Place, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:15:19


Hard-Hearted Hannah

11/3/2002
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Eighteen-year-old Hannah Hoose describes growing up as a part of her family's folk band, with all its healthy snacks, archetypal psychodramas, and oddly compelling songs. Produced by Joni Murphy for Salt Institute for Documentary Studies, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:08:26


Fez, Morocco: A Journey in Sound

11/3/2002
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When you stroll through the maze of streets in Fez, Morocco, it's as if you are walking back in time. Produced by Jim Metzner for The Savvy Traveler, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:12:42


Electronic Samples Cut-Up

11/3/2002
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A few years ago, Mark Vernon bought a pile of old reel-to-reel audio tapes at a boot sale (think yard sale, but in the trunks of cars) near his hometown of Derby, England. Produced by Mark Vernon for Resonance FM, Scotland, 2002

Duration: 00:02:13


Brain Mash

11/3/2002
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How to create a human brain -- from a bowl of mashed potatoes. Produced by Gregory Whitehead for All Things Considered, USA, 2002

Duration: 00:03:38


A Voice of Warning

11/3/2002
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A heroin overdose left Jade Bell blind, mute and unable to care for himself. Now Bell tours high schools in British Columbia, where his computerized ?voice? speaks a loud warning to thousands of students. Produced by Trisha Wilson and Anne Penman for Outfront, CBC, Canada, 2002

Duration: 00:14:30