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Film Production - Main (special)

1.
Right Stuff, The (2001)
Tom Wolfe wanted to know what "makes a man willing to sit up on top of an enormous Roman candle. . . and wait for someone to light the fuse?" In his groundbreaking book, "The Right Stuff," his subjects were the Mercury astronauts who became caught up in America's feverish space race, and were hurled
2.
Upton Sinclair's The Jungle (2001)
Upton Sinclair's main intent in writing "The Jungle" was to direct the nation's attention to the plight of workers who powered the industrial revolution. The story introduces readers to the fictional Rudkus family, poor immigrants who work their lives away in gloomy Packington. Sinclair, a devote so
3.
Les Miserable (2000)
Documentary about Victor Hugo's novel "Les Miserables." Victor Hugo's 1862 masterpiece not only reflects his intense concern with penal reform, but it more broadly captures the burdens of the poor and working class -- a "first" in popular literature -- in the guise of a gripping human drama. The nov
4.
Grapes of Wrath, The (2000)
Documentary about John Steinbeck's novel "The Grapes of Wrath." No book captures the desperation faced by American farmers in the 1930s better than "The Grapes of Wrath." Steinbeck encapsulates this wrenching time in American history by following his main charcters, the Joads, as they flee the devas

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5.
Washington Monument: It Stands for All, The (2000)
Documentary on the construction on the Washington Monument in the nation's capital as well as its $10,000,000, three-part restoration.

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