Screenwriters -- United States
Found in 3419 Collections and/or Records:
2 Submissions for publication and correspondence, includes copy of MFA thesis by R. S. Gwynn entitled “After the Nigerian Air Show, Poems by R.S. Gwynn,” University of Arkansas, and correspondence with Gunnar Hansen, 1972, undated
"This one got stuck between thinking and feeling. The best stuff (the old men, the feathered airplane, the Mask itself) come from cutting the subconscious loose. Much of the rest of the story is contrivance--that is to say, thought out. The two didn't mix." Bill Wittliff, February 24, 1989
This series is the second largest and includes photographs from Still of the Night, Places in the Heart, Billy Bathgate, Nobody’s Fool, and Magic Hour.
13 1/2” x 19 1/2” framed poster from the Brazilian production of Fool for Love, Louco de Amor,in Portuguese (black and white photo of woman holding man’s leg)
20 1/2” x 28” framed poster for the Turkish production of True West, Vahsi Bati (white background with brown hat and red tie)
24 1/2” x 34” framed poster for True West, L’ouest, Le vraipresented by Theatre National, in French (black background with white, red and blue lettering)
28” x 39” framed poster for True Westproduction presented by the Nouvelle Compagnie Theatrale, in French (black background with white lettering)
Final shooting script has original drawing by Wittliff and is autographed by Wittliff and Willie Nelson. Produced by Nelson and Wittliff. Directed by Wittliff. Script Supervisor Cate Hardman Roach. Film was edited in Wittliff's offices by Eric A. Williams and Stephen Purvis. Slides removed from original sleeves and put in archival sleeves. Marked original sleeves are in front of re-sleeved slides.
“2007 File”- Magazine articles; USA Today reviews (including Crumley’s review of “Lonesome Dove”); correspondence, 2007
Glen Alyn; Steve Barthelme; Thomas Hart Benton; Bill Broyles; Jack Canson; Carlos W. Castaneda; Madison Cooper; J. Frank Dobie; Robert Duval; Steve Forbis; Joe Frantz; Larry Goodwyn; John Graves; Jim Hamm; Carl Hertzog; Tony Hillerman
The series for Plays is the largest of Shepard’s works and includes notes, annotated typescripts, playbills, programs, correspondence, sound recordings, rehearsal schedules, reviews, and publicity. This series is notable in that Shepard meticulously identified each annotated draft with the date and place (by city and state) of each revision, and there tend to be multiple drafts of each work represented.