Jim Hubbard video documentary footage archived at the New York Public Library. --
"Speak for Yourself" Seven activists speak about ACT UP Interviews took place December 1988 - February 1989: David Franc;Karl Soehnlein and Allen Kleine;Maxine Wolfe;Sarah Schulman;Robert Garcia;Gregg Bordowitz. Feb 3, 1990, 55:00
"Elegy in the Streets" 1989, 30:00. Video transferred from 16mm film [silent] While attempting to define a filmic equivalent of the elegiac form, this film explores the AIDS crisis from both a personal and a political perspective. The film intertwines two main motifs: memories of Roger Jacoby and the development of a mass response to AIDS. The collective response begins with mourning at a candlelight vigil and the deep sadness of the AIDS Quilt and then progresses toward a much more determined reaction by ACT-UP: first, in the Gay Pride March in New York, then in separate demonstrations that build in militancy -- with a corresponding increasingly heavy-handed response by the police -- culminating in a demonstration during a baseball game and the thumbs-up sign of a teenager sporting a Silence = Death button.
David B. Feinberg Memorial Tape, A videotape produced by Hubbard and Wentzy for David B. Feinberg's Memorial Service.Contains speech by David Feinberg at the Gay Pride Rally in NYC on June 26, 1993. 18:00
Maxine Wolfe and Sarah Schulman Interview about activism and ACT UP--documented for excerpts appearing in Jim Hubbard's "Speak for Yourself", 1/10/89, 60:00
Robert Garcia Interview about ACT UP--documented for excerpts appearing in Jim Hubbard's "Speak for Yourself", 1/18/89 02:10:00
Allen Klein & Karl Soehnlein Interview about ACT UP--documented for excerpts appearing in Jim Hubbard's "Speak for Yourself". 1/3/89, 60:00
David France Interview about ACT UP--documented for excerpts appearing in Jim Hubbard's "Speak for Yourself", 12/03/88, 60:00
Gregg Bordowitz Interview about ACT UP, art and activism.--documented for excerpts appearing in Jim Hubbard's "Speak for Yourself", 2/12/88, 90:00
James Wentzy Interview 3/29/2000, 2-hours, Interview with James Wentzy about ACT UP and AIDS video activism.
ACT UP Target City Hall Demo, ACT UP City Hall Demonstration recorded by Jim Hubbard 3/28/89, 38:00
"Fever in the Archive" Guggenheim Museum screenings of AIDS activist videos, December 1-9, 2000 in New York City. Curated by Jim Hubbard
"Fever in the Archive" Guggenheim Museum Panel Discussion, Moderated by Jim Hubbard. Panelists are: Jean Carlomusto; Douglas Crimp; Ann Cvetkovich; Gerard Fergerson; and Alexandra Juhasz. December 6, 2000, 2-hours.
"Fever in the Archive" Guggenheim Museum Panel Discussion, Moderated by Robert Atkins with panelists: Sarah Schulman, Gregg Bordowitz, Richard Elovich, and Pamela Sneed, December 4, 2000, 2-hours. [npanelists' presentations are partially transcribed on the ARTERY website--a part of the Artists with AIDS website: http://www.artistswithaids.org/artery/symposium/symposium_index.html ]
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