Peter
E. Goldman

In the 1960s, Peter Emanuel Goldman was a well-known director of independent feature films, highly praised by Newsweek, the writer Susan Sontag, film director Jean-Luc Godard, and scores of other newspapers ...

Films

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    Night Crawlers
    Experimental

    Night Crawlers
    Peter E. Goldman

    16mm, black and white, sound, 4 min
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    Recommended By Duncan Hines
    Experimental

    Recommended By Duncan Hines
    Peter E. Goldman

    16mm, black and white, silent, 4 min
    Rental format: 16mm
    • Comedy
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    Echoes of Silence
    Experimental

    Echoes of Silence
    Peter E. Goldman

    16mm, black and white, sound, 75 min
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    NBC in Lebanon a Study of Media Misrepresentation
    Experimental

    NBC in Lebanon a Study of Media Misrepresentation
    Peter E. Goldman

    16mm, color, sound, 58 min
    Rental format: 16mm

Biography

In the 1960s, Peter Emanuel Goldman was a well-known director of independent feature films, highly praised by Newsweek, the writer Susan Sontag, film director Jean-Luc Godard, and scores of other newspapers and critics. His first feature film, “Echoes of Silence,” was awarded the Special Director‘s Prize at the Pesaro, Italy, film festival. This, and a film shot in Paris, “Wheel of Ashes,” played to critical acclaim at leading film festivals, including New York, Venice, Cannes, London. “We are in the presence of a filmmaker who makes films that are without precedent today,” said film critic H. L Linder.