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Finding Aids to Official Records of the Smithsonian Institution Archives

Accession 14-210

Smithsonian Institution. Office of Telecommunications

Productions, 1990-1992

Repository: Smithsonian Institution Archives, Washington, D.C. Contact us at osiaref@si.edu.
Creator: Smithsonian Institution. Office of Telecommunications
Title: Productions
Dates: 1990-1992
Quantity: 9.18 cu. ft. (1 record storage box) (1 tall document box) (20 film boxes)
Collection: Accession 14-210
Language of Materials: English
Summary:

This accession consists of audiovisual materials created during the production of "Dream Window: Reflections on the Japanese Garden." This documentary was produced in 1992 by Executive Producers Paul B. Johnson and Toshio Murayama; Senior Producer Laura T. Schneider; and Co-producer John W. Hiller in association with Kajima Kensetsu Kabushiki Kaisha and presented by WETA-TV, Washington, D.C. The documentary allows viewers to experience the secrets of Japanese gardens and their influence on Japanese society today and features both traditional and contemporary Japanese gardens including those of the legendary Moss Temple of Saihoji, Katsura Imperial Villa (Katsura Rikyu), Tenryu-shi, the Ken Domon Museum of Photography (Domon Ken Kinenkan), and Sogetsu Hall. Both an English and a Japanese language version were produced. The documentary won an Emmy. Materials include original camera rolls, soundtracks, internegatives, A and B rolls, dubs, and related materials on film and videotape.

Descriptive Entry

This accession consists of audiovisual materials created during the production of "Dream Window: Reflections on the Japanese Garden." This documentary was produced in 1992 by Executive Producers Paul B. Johnson and Toshio Murayama; Senior Producer Laura T. Schneider; and Co-producer John W. Hiller in association with Kajima Kensetsu Kabushiki Kaisha and presented by WETA-TV, Washington, D.C. The documentary allows viewers to experience the secrets of Japanese gardens and their influence on Japanese society today and features both traditional and contemporary Japanese gardens including those of the legendary Moss Temple of Saihoji, Katsura Imperial Villa (Katsura Rikyu), Tenryu-shi, the Ken Domon Museum of Photography (Domon Ken Kinenkan), and Sogetsu Hall. Both an English and a Japanese language version were produced. The documentary won an Emmy. Materials include original camera rolls, soundtracks, internegatives, A and B rolls, dubs, and related materials on film and videotape.

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Preferred Citation

Smithsonian Institution Archives, Accession 14-210, Smithsonian Institution. Office of Telecommunications, Productions

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Container List

Box 1

Original Camera Negative, Roll 1, 35 mm

Box 1 of 22

Box 2

Original Camera Negative, Roll 2, 35 mm

Box 2 of 22

Box 3

Original Camera Negative, Roll 3, 35 mm

Box 3 of 22

Original Camera Negative, Roll 4, 35 mm

Box 3 of 22

Original Camera Negative, Roll 5, 35 mm

Box 3 of 22

Original Camera Negative, Roll 6, 35 mm

Box 3 of 22

Original Camera Negative, Roll 7, Super 16 mm

Box 3 of 22

Original Camera Negative, Roll 8, 35 mm

Box 3 of 22

Box 4

A-Roll (Common), Internegative, Roll 1, 35 mm

Box 4 of 22

Box 5

A-Roll (Common), Internegative, Roll 2, 35 mm

Box 5 of 22

Box 6

A-Roll (Common), Internegative, Roll 3, 35 mm

Box 6 of 22

Box 7

English Version, B-Roll, Roll 1, 35 mm

Box 7 of 22

Box 8

English Version, B-Roll, Roll 2, 35 mm

Box 8 of 22

Box 9

English Version, B-Roll, Roll 3, 35 mm

Box 9 of 22

Box 10

Japanese Version, B-Roll, Roll 1, 35 mm

Box 10 of 22

Box 11

Japanese Version, B-Roll, Roll 2, 35 mm

Box 11 of 22

Box 12

Japanese Version, B-Roll, Roll 3, 35 mm

Box 12 of 22

Box 13

English Track, Roll 1, October 1, 1992, 35 mm

Box 13 of 22

Box 14

English Track, Roll 2, October 1, 1992, 35 mm

Box 14 of 22

Box 15

English Track, Roll 3, October 1, 1992, 35 mm

Box 15 of 22

Box 16

Japanese Track, Roll 1, May 1992, 35 mm

Box 16 of 22

Box 17

Japanese Track, Roll 2, May 1992, 35 mm

Box 17 of 22

Box 18

Japanese Track, Roll 3, May 1992, 35 mm

Box 18 of 22

Box 19

Japanese Version, Mono Track, Roll 1, 35 mm

Box 19 of 22

Box 20

Japanese Version, Mono Track, Roll 2, 35 mm

Box 20 of 22

Box 21

Japanese Version, Mono Track, Roll 3, 35 mm

Box 21 of 22

Box 22

Japan: Fall 1990, Camera Rolls 11-23, Betacam SP Straight Transfer from D-1 Film Transfer Original, Master, February 16, 1991, Betacam SP

Box 22 of 22

Japan: Spring 1991, Tape 5, Camera Rolls 10-112, 114-117, Betacam Master, 61:40, Betacam SP

Box 22 of 22

Japan: Spring 1991, Tape 12, Camera Rolls 1, 2-1, 2-2, 138-146, 215, 219, Betacam SP Dub of D-1 Film Transfer Original, Master, August 13, 1991, Betacam SP

Box 22 of 22

Japan: Fall 1990, Camera Rolls 3, 4, 5, 3/4" U-matic

Box 22 of 22

Japan: Spring 1991, Tape 5, 3/4" U-matic

Box 22 of 22

Japan: Spring 1991, Tape 12, 3/4" U-matic

Box 22 of 22