Genre: Documentary

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"Justice: One or Many?"


Paros, May 7-13, 2007

 

The 2007 New Symposium took place May 7 – 13, 2007 on the island of...

45min
Documentary

"The Commons: What We Hold in Common"


Paros, May 17-23, 2006

 

The International Writing Program (IWP) at the University...

75min
Documentary

In 2009, the International Writing Program (IWP), in cooperation with the Chinese Writers' Association, began a pilot exchange project, the Life of...

37min
Documentary

After a first trial run in the spring of 2012, when the IWP was invited to collaborate with the dynamic Battery Dance Company (link is external) of NYC...

21min
Documentary, Performance/
collaboration

Christopher Merrill, Director of the International Writing Program at the University of Iowa, explains the valuable cultural exchanges that take place each...

6min
Documentary, Interview, Other

How did Iowa City become a hub for creative writing in America? This hour-long documentary is a story of literary ambition, academic innovation and a...

2min
Documentary

(2008, 18:00, digital video and found footage) An energetic documentary that offers an insiders look at the writing workshops at the University of Iowa...

19min
Documentary
Community of the Imagination (1973)

This hour-long documentary was commissioned by the United States Information Agency, one of the early funders of the IWP. Its producer and director Gerald...

Documentary

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