THE TEXAS ARCHIVE OF THE MOVING IMAGE (TAMI) IS A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION WORKING TO DISCOVER, PRESERVE, PROVIDE ACCESS TO, AND EDUCATE THE COMMUNITY ABOUT TEXAS' FILM HERITAGE. TAMI'S ONLINE COLLECTION INCLUDES HOME MOVIES, AMATEUR FILMS, ADVERTISEMENTS, LCOAL TELEVISION, INDUSTRIAL AND CORPORATE PRODUCTIONS, AND HOLLYWOOD AND INTERNATIONALLY-PRODUCED MOVING IMAGES OF TEXAS. POTENTIALLY RELEVANT MATERIALS INCLUDE A HOME MOVIE SHOT BY A VENUS, TEXAS RESIDENT DURING LOCATION SHOOTING FOR BONNIE & CLYDE, A RETELLING OF THE LEGEND BY SINGER WAYLON JENNINGS FOR A LOCAL TELEVISION PROGRAM, AS WELL AS HOME MOVIES FROM THE VIETNAM WAR.
The UNT Oral History Program is a longstanding research initiative of the University of North Texas. Housed at Willis Library on UNT’s main campus in Denton, Texas, the Program is affiliated with the UNT Department of History and supported by the UNT College of Arts and Sciences and UNT Libraries. A small number of transcripts have been digitized and made available on the UNT Digital Library.
The Vietnam Center & Archive collects and preserves the documentary record of the Vietnam War and the American Vietnam Experience. Their collection includes home movies, an oral history collection, and other audio recordings related to the Vietnam War.
OTHER PRIMARY SOURCE COLLECTIONS & MATERIALS
The Bonnie and Clyde/Barrow Gang materials are a sub-series of the Dallas Police Department Historical Records and Case Files collection and contain photographs, typescript documents, fingerprint cards, and Police Department memoranda concerning the activities and whereabouts of the Barrow Gang. While the gang were primarily pursued by the Dallas County Sheriff's Department, the Dallas Police Department provided valuable intelligence on the gang's movements and associates.
BROADCAST JOURNALISM & FILMMAKING
Shipp, Bert N. Details at 10: Behind the Headlines of Texas Television History. Charleston, SC: The History Press, 2011.
Shipp, a former cameraman for WBAP provides insight, at times humorous, into the development of broadcast television, the station's history, and the metroplex in the 1950s.
camp, joe. who needs hollywood. 14 hands press, 2010.
Camp, a filmmaker and author, discusses his struggles to become a filmmaker with a focus on the making of the first Benji film. Included is a detailed discussion of Camp's early work in advertising including the role of director for Dynamic Denton (1976).
Self-described "local historian and radiohead" Mike Shannon presents a detailed history of television and radio history in the DFW area including a breakdown of programming and on-air personalities. A detailed look at WBAP/KXAS/NBC 5 is included.
BONNIE & CLYDE AND THE "NEW AMERICAN CINEMA"
FRIEDMAN, LESTER D., ED.,ARTHUR PENN'S BONNIE AND CLYDE. CAMBRIDGE: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2000.
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