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Dibb, Michael

Overview
Works: 132 works in 366 publications in 2 languages and 4,397 library holdings
Genres: Documentary films  Biography  Biographical films  Educational films  Internet videos  Interviews  History  Concert films  Criticism, interpretation, etc  Nonfiction films 
Roles: Director, Producer, Author of screenplay, Narrator, pmn, Restager , Author, Performer, Commentator, Editor, Interviewer, Film editor
Classifications: N7430.5, 759.94
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Michael Dibb
Ways of seeing by John Berger( Book )

7 editions published between 1972 and 1990 in English and held by 1,324 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains seven essays. Three of them use only pictures. Examines the relationship between what we see and what we know
The Miles Davis story by Miles Davis( Visual )

37 editions published between 2001 and 2010 in English and Undetermined and held by 478 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

A definitive look at the man and his music, interweaving rare interviews with Miles and insights and memories of his family, friends, and many of the great musicians who played with him during his long career
Personally speaking : a long conversation with Stuart Hall( Visual )

3 editions published between 2009 and 2014 in English and held by 180 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Don Quixote : legacy of a classic( Visual )

5 editions published between 1998 and 2004 in English and held by 154 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Explores the impact of Cervantes' classic on our world today. Artists, critics and others, from novelist Carlos Fuentes to General Norman Schwarzkopf, reveal how the work has affected their lives. Mixes discussions of the text with music, poems, and other writings which were influenced by Don Quixote. Includes clips from the many film versions of the work
The art of improvisation by Michael Dibb( Visual )

27 editions published between 2005 and 2009 in 3 languages and held by 151 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Jarrett talks about his artistry, great musicians he has worked with, the highlights and crises of his life. Includes interviews with fellow musicians, family, tour managers and other close musical associates and includes rare concert footage. Includes interviews with Jarrett, Manfred Eicher, Gary Peacock, Jack DeJohnette, Steve Cloud, Scott Jarrett, George Avakian, Gary Burton, Toshinari Koinuma, Chick Corea, Charlie Haden, Dewey Redman, Rose Anne Jarrett, Jan Garbarek, Jon Christensen, and Palle Danielsson
Edward Said : the last interview by Edward W Said( Visual )

17 editions published between 2003 and 2015 in English and Undetermined and held by 139 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Palestinian-American intellectual Edward Said speaks about "his illness (incurable leukemia), his work, Palestine and politics, his life and education, and his continuing preoccupations"--Container
Astor Piazzolla in portrait by Astor Piazzolla( Visual )

16 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in 3 languages and held by 133 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This DVD charts the events of his ... life through ... interviews with Piazzola himself, his family, friends and the great Argentinian musicians who performed with him. [Includes] rare ... archive sequences spanning 30 years of filmed performances by Piazzola's own groups ... contributions from other virtuoso performers drawn to his music ... [and] sequences from award-winning director Fernando Solanas' movies El exilo de Gardel and Sur, for which Piazzola wrote the music"--Container
The spirit of Lorca by Ian Gibson( Visual )

5 editions published between 2000 and 2004 in English and held by 108 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Filmed on location in Spain, this vintage program profiles the immortalized poet/dramatist, capturing the potent essence of Spanish culture in the process. Extracts from his poems, plays, and letters demonstrate his duende-- burning passion-- for the arts, while the details of his life and violent death, as told by his biographer Ian Gibson, contemporaries Rafael Alberti and Luis Rosales, and others, present a thoughtful perspective on Spain's revered literary icon."--Container
Personally Speaking. A New Politics of Representation( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'A New Politics of Representation' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Early Teaching( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Early Teaching' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. The Obama Phenomenon( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'The Obama Phenomenon' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Ways of seeing by John Berger( Visual )

33 editions published between 1970 and 2015 in English and No Linguistic content and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

John Berger, British art critic, offers a new approach to art appreciation and discusses how to look at a painting in contemporary terms. Program one discusses the uniqueness of paintings and how they have been distorted and transformed by the camera and printing press. Program two focuses on the nudes in European oil paintings to show how men see women and how women view themselves. Program three discusses paintings and possessions and links them with modern advertising. Program four explores how modern advertising uses the techniques and images portrayed in old masterpieces
Personally Speaking. Coming to England( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 94 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Coming to England' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Richard Hoggart & The Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Richard Hoggart & The Centre for Contemporary Cultural Studies' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Policing The Crisis & Thatcherism( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Policing The Crisis & Thatcherism' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Neo-Liberalism, Globalization & The Economic Recession( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Neo-Liberalism, Globalization & The Economic Recession' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Permanent Disturbance - A Migrant's Fate( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Permanent Disturbance - A Migrant's Fate' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Jamaica - Family & Culture( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Jamaica - Family & Culture' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. Difference & Multiculturalism( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'Difference & Multiculturalism' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
Personally Speaking. The New Left & The New Left Review( Visual )

1 edition published in 2016 in Undetermined and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

'The New Left & The New Left Review' is part of a series of films from Media Education Foundation. Stuart Hall is a foundational figure in the influential interdisciplinary field known as cultural studies. In this stimulating and eloquent four-hour interview, conducted by the literary journalist Maya Jaggi and directed by Mike Dibb, Hall reflects on his life and career, talking personally and in depth about the trajectory of his work and how it has intersected with broader political movements. In a conversation both intimate and sweeping in scope, Hall describes his migration from Jamaica to England, his immersion in left-wing politics in London, the influence of Raymond Williams and E.P. Thompson on the evolution of his thought, and the context within which the early classic texts of cultural studies were written. Hall also shares his pessimism about the economic recession and his optimism about Barack Obama's victory. Future analysis of Hall's work, and of cultural studies in general, will need to take account of this fascinating and indispensable first-person account of his life and ideas. Broken into short sections to facilitate use in the classroom
 
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Dibb, Michael

Dibb, Mike

Mike Dibb Documentary filmmaker

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English (140)

German (2)

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