Lynne Littman

American film director Lynne Littman

Lynne Littman is an American director. She has frequently worked with anthropologist Barbara Myerhoff. She directed Having Our Say: The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years.
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Birthday
26 June 1941
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Academy Elects 4 First-Time Governors - TheWrap
Google News - over 6 years
... after which they must take a year off. The election reduced the number of women on the AMPAS board from seven to six. Although Hurd joins the board and Isaacs returns after a hiatus, the board lost Coolidge, Kennedy and documentarian Lynne Littman
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The Older Side Of Hollywood Gets Its Due
NYTimes - over 7 years
LOS ANGELES -- It was a wistful, aging Hollywood that showed up on Saturday night to honor both its own and some outsiders at the second annual Governors Awards of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. ''Now that we're going up for the same parts, I hope we can remain friends,'' Robert De Niro, 67, said in helping confer an honorary
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Paid Notice: Deaths LITTMAN, YETTA
NYTimes - almost 10 years
LITTMAN--Yetta. The Board of Directors and staff of Hebrew Hospital Home extend their deepest condolences to Yetta's daughter Lynne Littman and grandsons Alex and Rio Hackford on the sad occasion of their mother and grandmother's passing. Yetta served as president of our auxiliary for over 30 years and later served as a member of The Board of
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Spare Times
NYTimes - almost 12 years
Attractions Museums and Sites FRAUNCES TAVERN MUSEUM, 54 Pearl Street, second floor, Lower Manhattan. The museum, in a former tavern, is dedicated to the study and interpretation of early American history and culture. On view, ''Fighting for Freedom: Black Patriots and Black Loyalists''; the George Washington Portrait Gallery; ''Sons of the
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COVER STORY; Reviving a Century's Worth of Memories
NYTimes - almost 19 years
Eight years ago Sarah Louise (Sadie) Delany, who was 104, and her younger sister, Annie Elizabeth (Bessie), who was 102, welcomed Amy Hill Hearth, a freelance writer for The New York Times, into their Mount Vernon, N.Y., home. The story that the daughters of a slave who became the country's first black elected bishop of the Episcopal Church told
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Two Sisters With a Century of Wisdom
NYTimes - almost 19 years
If the television version of ''Having Our Say'' had been only a vivid history lesson, that would have been enough to justify what is clearly a labor of love. But this film is more, an engrossing drama built on characters who are at once exceptional and accessible. If you've already met the formidable Delany sisters through their books and the play
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Review/Television; The Night Oscar Paid Some Attention to Women
NYTimes - almost 25 years
When last seen at the end of the Academy Awards telecast on Monday night on ABC, Oscar was still looking sleek and undraped, despite the show's persistent efforts to put him in a dress. Dedicating itself noisily to the Year of the Woman, this year's show missed no opportunity to emphasize Hollywood's feminine side, no matter how misconceived that
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TV VIEW; AS VIOLENCE THRIVES, THE DEBATE GOES ON
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Comes now once again the question, along with the old replies. What have the media to do with sex and violence? Not much, a little, a lot, or it threatens the First Amendment to even ask. Actually, the question is never entirely absent. It endures because it is important, although historically it has been asked most loudly when Government
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SCREEN: 'TESTAMENT,' AFTER A NUCLEAR BLAST
NYTimes - over 34 years
THE strategy of Lynne Littman's disturbing ''Testament'' is to depict the most enormous of disasters - a nuclear holocaust - in terms that are comparatively banal. In her effort to drive home the human cost of such a calamity, Miss Littman concentrates on the most ordinary details of life in a California town. For the Wetherly family, around whom
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SUIT TO ALLEGE SEX BIAS BY TV AND FILM MAKERS
NYTimes - almost 37 years
Charges of sex discrimination against the 3 major commercial television networks, 6 large movie studios and 11 important independent television production companies will be filed tomorrow with Federal and state agencies by the Directors Guild of America. The guild charges that the 20 corporations have shown ''a pattern of discrimination against
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Lynne Littman
    THIRTIES
  • 1977
    Age 35
    1977: Academy Award for Documentary Short Subject for Number Our Days
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1941
    Born
    Born in 1941.
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