Robert Gardner

Robert Gardner was a nonfiction filmmaker, author, and founder of the Film Study Center at Harvard. His films include Dead Birds and Forest of Bliss.

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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Still PointsStill PointsGardner, Robert
Pressman, Adele
HARDCOVER09/10/2018$50.00
Cover: Human Documents: Eight PhotographersHuman Documents: Eight PhotographersGardner, Robert
Warren, Charles
HARDCOVER11/30/2009$50.00
Cover: Making <i>Dead Birds</i>: Chronicle of a FilmMaking Dead Birds: Chronicle of a FilmGardner, RobertPAPERBACK03/30/2008$35.00
Cover: Michael Rockefeller: New Guinea Photographs, 1961Michael Rockefeller: New Guinea Photographs, 1961Bubriski, KevinPAPERBACK03/31/2007$35.00
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