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Lucille Rhodes

Lucille Rhodes, an independent filmmaker who lives in New York City, is a retired professor of film and theatre at Long Island University. During her film career she has produced/directed/edited films for various television networks and an editor for other filmmakers. Her own films have been premiered at the New York Film Festival and won numerous awards. Prior to her work in film she served as a Visual Arts Associate at the New York State Council on the Arts and has helped to form the Kentucky Arts Commission. (8/12)

They Are Their Own Gifts
A film by Lucille Rhodes and Margaret Murphy, 1978, 52 min., 3 in series, Color

A three volume set of film portraits--Muriel Rukeyser, Alice Neel and Anna Sokolow. The poetry, painting, and dance of these three women is not artis...

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