The GEORGE STEVENS: A FILMMAKER'S JOURNEY collection spans the years 1954-1983 (bulk 1981-1983) and
encompasses 3 linear feet. The collection consists of interview transcripts and cassette tapes of filmed
interviews conducted by George Stevens Jr. and Susan Winslow, the film's coproducer and supervising
editor, regarding the elder Stevens including conversations with three dozen interviewees. There are also
transcripts of interviews and seminars with or about the elder Stevens that were compiled and used for
GEORGE STEVENS: A FILMMAKER'S JOURNEY (1985) is a feature-length documentary written, produced, and
directed by George Stevens Jr. The film tells the story of his father's life through film scenes directed
by George Stevens, reminiscences by directors and stars who knew him, and color footage the elder Stevens
shot during World War II. George Stevens Jr. is founding director of the American Film Institute (AFI)
and was its first chairman. He began his career in film as assistant to his father on SHANE (1953).
Stevens Jr. was nominated for an Academy Award for the documentary short subject THE FIVE CITIES OF JUNE
3 linear feet of papers.
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