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Philip Harwood

Adjunct Lecturer

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Employment History

Film Studies Teacher

The New School


Audio Director

The International Al Jolson Society


Affiliations

Norman Studios

Board of Advisors Member


Queens College

Program Coordinator


Friedberg JCC

Film Historian


Web References(31 Total References)


www.normanstudios.org

Philip Harwood, film historian, lecturer (New York)


www.friedbergjcc.org [cached]

Philip Harwood has taught film studies at the New School, writes film music reviews for Cinema Concerto, is the Audio Director of the International Al Jolson Society and recently contributed to an anthology on Jack Benny to be published by Bear Manor Media. (Light refreshments will be served)Join Film Historian Philip Harwood as he takes you through the history of Broadway musical film adaptation with such films as Showboat, Oklahoma, Annie Get Your Gun, The King And I, West Side Story, Hello Dolly, Cabaret, Chicago, and others. (Light refreshments will be served)


www.tuckahoelibrary.org [cached]

Join Phil Harwood, Film Historian and Adjunct Lecturer at Long Island University as he recounts the stories behind the making of the most famous horror movie of all time.


www.oysterbaylibrary.org

Film historian Philip Harwood will focus on one of Chaplin's most creative periods: his years at Mutual Studios in 1916-1917.


www.normanstudios.org

Speakers: The Norman Studios has several well known deeply knowledgeable film historians on its Board of Directors and Board of Advisors including longtime Jacksonville historian Rita Reagan; Florida film historian Lisa Bradberry; and Philip Harwood, film studies lecturer at New York's Queen's College.


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