Absolute Wilson [videorecording DVD] / a film by Katharina Otto-Bernstein.

by Byrne, David, 1952-Looking glass; Glass, PhilipLooking glass; Otto-Bernstein, KatharinaLooking glass; Sontag, Susan, 1933-2004Looking glass; Wilson, Robert, 1941-Looking glass; Wilson, Robert, 1941- House.

Publisher: [New York] : New Yorker Video, [2007]Description: 1 videodisc (105 min.) : sound, colour with black and white ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 booklet.ISBN: 1567304672; 9781567304671.Subject(s): Wilson, Robert, 1941- -- Interviews | Wilson, Robert, 1941- -- Criticism and interpretation | Experimental films -- United States | Experimental theater -- United StatesLooking glass | Installations (Art) -- United StatesLooking glassNote: Container insert presents Robert Wilson's biographical timeline and brief descriptions of Wilson's Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation and the Watermill Center.;
Extras include extended interviews with Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag and Philip Glass and Robert Wilson's 1965 short film: The house ; contemporary vignettes about Robert Wilson ; interview with the director.;
Originally produced in 2006.
Credits: Written, produced and directed by Katharina Otto-Bernstein ; original score, Miriam Cutler ; editor, Bernadine Colish. Credits: Featuring Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag, Philip Glass, and David Byrne.Summary: A look at one of experimental theatre's most influential figures, who collaborated on works with people such as Tom Waits and Philip Glass. Explore his life from his upbringing in Waco, Texas to the way of life he brought to the screen.
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Container insert presents Robert Wilson's biographical timeline and brief descriptions of Wilson's Byrd Hoffman Water Mill Foundation and the Watermill Center.

Extras include extended interviews with Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag and Philip Glass and Robert Wilson's 1965 short film: The house ; contemporary vignettes about Robert Wilson ; interview with the director.

Originally produced in 2006.

Written, produced and directed by Katharina Otto-Bernstein ; original score, Miriam Cutler ; editor, Bernadine Colish.

Featuring Robert Wilson, Susan Sontag, Philip Glass, and David Byrne.

A look at one of experimental theatre's most influential figures, who collaborated on works with people such as Tom Waits and Philip Glass. Explore his life from his upbringing in Waco, Texas to the way of life he brought to the screen.

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