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The Frederick C. Crawford films consist of 38 16mm films chronicling the travels of Cleveland businessman Frederick C. Crawford from 1936 to 1980. In addition, the collection includes a photo album presented to Crawford by Trans World Airlines in 1953, documenting an around-the-world survey, in which Crawford participated as a technical consultant, that TWA completed in 1952.

The Frederick C. Crawford films consist of 38 16mm films chronicling the travels of Cleveland businessman Frederick C. Crawford from 1936 to 1980. In addition, the collection includes a photo album presented to Crawford by Trans World Airlines in 1953, documenting an around-the-world survey, in which Crawford participated as a technical consultant, that TWA completed in 1952. The collection has two primary areas of focus, with 12 of the films coming from trips Crawford took to his vacation home in Cat Cay, Bahamas, and 19 of the films produced from a safari Crawford, along with Gordon and Vernon Stouffer, sponsored in 1955, which resulted in the collection of a number of specimens for the Cleveland Zoo. Other Crawford travel represented in the collection includes trips to Europe in 1936 and 1939, a trip around the world in 1959, a cruise from Cleveland to Fiji in 1958, a trip to Russia in 1959, a trip to the Middle East and Greece in 1961, and trips to his other homes in Vermont and Massachusetts. This collection is part of the Archive of Documentary Arts. The original films are closed to research access pending reformatting.

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Palestinian Student films, 2012-2019 35 items — 20 Gigabytes

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Thirty-five films by 36 Palestinian student filmmakers, created between 2012 and 2019, documenting or portraying the political context and lived experience in the West Bank and Gaza.

Thirty-five films by 36 Palestinian student filmmakers, created between 2012 and 2019, documenting or portraying the political context and lived experience in the West Bank and Gaza. The films were made in journalism, media, and film classes at nine Palestinian universities, and range from experimental and poetic, to documentary essay and ethnography, to scripted narrative fiction. The films are characterized by their high technical quality, their local feel and community-centered focus, and their varied expression of Palestinian identity. The filmmakers include Amjad Abu Baker, Lillian Al Azzeh, Mohammed Abd El Aziz Abu Hamam, Rayhan Abu Omar, Baha' Abu Shanab, Noor AbuGhaniah, Salah AbuNe'ma, Sarah AbuShusheh, Raja Ahmad, Mohammed Khatib, Alaa Alaloul, Mohammad Alazza, Mohamed Nayef Ahmed Ali, Mahmoud Awad, Shayma' Awadeh, Thaer Al Azzah, Alaa Dayeh, Omar Elemawi, Mohammed S. Ewais, Amjad M. A. Al Fayoumi, Sanabel Al-Hoot, Salam Yahya, Renad Nasser, Mohammad Houshieh, Lana Sadaqa, Wisam Al-Jafari, Yaser Jodallah, Ahmad Al-Bazz, Abeer Kaabnah, Aya Ahmed Matrabie, Ali Hamdan Okeh, Yousef Salhi, Mohammed Shalodi, Naser Shatat, Khaled Tuaima, and Tala Zeitawi. Formats include MOV, MP4, and MPEG2 video files.