May 2004
Variety;5/10/2004 Timeless Cary Grant, Vol. 394, p8
Trade Publication
Interviews Robert Trachtenberg, writer, producer and director of the documentary television program "Cary Grant: A Class Apart." Things that Trachtenberg learned about Grant; Information on the facts of the story; Wives of Grant.


Related Articles

  • Life on campus. Hamilton, James // Televisual;Jul2003, p40 

    Focuses on the Discovery Campus training initiative for factual and documentary television producers in Europe. Goal of the program; Source of funding for the program; Topics covered by the training sessions; Nature of the courses; Benefits of attending the program.

  • Fashion Scoop.  // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;6/3/2004, Vol. 187 Issue 115, p13 

    Presents information on designer Ralph Lauren and actor Cary Grant. Features of the documentary television program "Cary Grant: A Class Apart"; Experience of Lauren in going to a race track with Grant; Schedule of the reair of the documentary.

  • A world of challenges. Wood, David // Televisual;Oct2007, p35 

    The article explores on how producers and cameraman undertake the challenges in filming in different remote locations around the world. It also discusses the effective ways that production used to counter extreme environments like freezing conditions and mountainous terrain. It features some of...

  • Formats fail factual shows.  // Televisual;May2006, p18 

    The article comments on the format used by Kevin Lygo, television director, for his formatted and other documentary series and it also mentions about the reactions of the broadcasters on these returnable documentaries, reality and entertainment shows.

  • League Nets Try to Get More Out of Games.  // Multichannel News;1/23/2012, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p8 

    The article focuses on the ways in which television networks try to fill out the fringes of their schedule and thereby increase their audience. According to television producer Eric Drath, the recent popularity of sports documentaries for ESPN, HBO Sports and other programmers has increased the...

  • 'Crisis' in British Documentary Television: the End of a Genre? Dover, Caroline // Journal of British Cinema & Television;2004, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p242 

    Examines the professional identity, beliefs and practices of documentary programme-makers working in British television in the late 1990s. Investigation on the perceptions of producers about professional identity and practices; Association of documentary television with the notion of public...

  • The Last Run. Scott, Tony // Variety Movie Reviews;10/9/1992, Issue 101, p2 

    The article reviews the television program "The Last Run," directed by Lauren Malkesian.

  • Traditional docs off ProSeiben menu.  // Televisual;Aug2004, p11 

    Interviews Thomas von Hennet, head of television documentaries at ProSieben Media AG on what he wants from Great Britain. Companies that he is working with; Strengths of Great Britain ideas/program-making; Legal requirements that producers need to know about.

  • Two Men & a Camera.  // Time;12/19/1960, Vol. 76 Issue 26, p56 

    The article focuses on the documentary television show that was designed to give viewers a look at the dangerous anti-American passions arising throughout Latin America in the vacuum of U.S. policy. It notes that the documentary is to be produced by Time Inc. and ABC Television Network with a...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics