Film Seminars: Artists in Film, 1971, page 6
Alphabetical Listing of Guest Speakers for ARTISTS IN FILM DAVID AMRAm - Mr. Amram, a leading American composer, has composed music for the highly successful New York Shakespeare Festival (1956-61), the American Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Conn., the Phoenix Theater (1958-61), Broadway and Off-Broadway Theater, and for such movies as 'The Young Savages," "Splendor in the Grass," and "Pull My Daisy." ERIK BARNOUW - Dr. Barnouw is director of the Center for Mass Communications of Columbia University Press. Former president of the Writers Guild of America, and author of numerous books and articles including the critically acclaimed "The Image Empire" a history of TV, Dr. Barnouw is a producer of documentary films including "Hiroshima-Nagasaki" and "Fable Safe". ARTHUR BARRON - Prof. Barron is president of Verite Productions and Professor of Film, School of the Arts, Columbia University. Formerly he was supervisor of creative projects for NBC, Executive Producer for documentaries for Metroﬂedia and StaffProducer-Director- Writer of Documentaries for CBS. His films include "Birth and Death", "Johnny Cash", "16 in Webster Groves", "The Berkeley Rebels", "James Baldwin's Harlem‘, and "Orville and Wilbur". He has won 2 TV Emmys, The Ohio State Award, The Blue Ribbon of the American Film Festival, and The Cine Golden Eagle. GABRIEL DESDOITS - Mr. Desdoits is President of Gades International Films, which has served as producer's representative for most of the major foreign film-makers. H. WILLIAM FlTELSON - Mr. Fitelson is a member of the firm of Fitelson and Mayers. This firm specializes in matters only in the field of information and communication. Clients include publishers of newspapers, magazines, and books, authors, producers, directors, performers, and artists in the theater, radio, TV, and motion pictures. Each lawyer in the firm is an expert in one of the divisions of the communications business. Mr. Fitelson founded the Theater Guild on the Air and was its managing director for the 17 years the Guild was sponsored by the U.S. Steel Corp.