Collection consists of original 16mm film negatives (with 3/4
inch video copies), audio tapes, and transcripts of interviews with Dr. Norman Shumway
and Prof. Sidney Drell and of a conversation between Shumway and Drell.
Jane Wagner received her B.Sc and M.Sc in political sociology from the London School of
Economics . She completed her master's degree in documentary film production at Stanford
University in 1988. Her thesis film, Hearts & Quarks, has been screened at the
20th International Documentary Film Festival in Nyon, Switzerland; the 39th
International Film Festival in Berlin; the National Educational Film Festival; and the
Montreal International Festival of Women's Films.HEARTS & QUARKS, a film about the ethics and application of modern science and
technology, was Jane Wagner's masters thesis project for the Dept. of Communications
Documentary Film Program at Stanford. It features interviews with physicist Sidney Drell
and heart surgeon Norman Shumway.
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