James Joyce

HJS BIBLIOGRAPHY OF JOYCE FILMS & VIDEOS

A Painful Case [RTE, 53 min., colour], with Ray McAnally and Sian Phillips. Distributed by Films for the Humanities and Sciences (PO Box 2053, Princeton, NJ 08543-2053, USA. Tel. 800-257-5126. Fax 609-275-3767). This video sells for $149. Rents for $75.

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
[1979; colour, 93 min.] Directed by Joseph Strick. With Bosco Hogan, T. P. McKenna, and John Gielgud. Distributed by Mystic Fire Video, PO Box 9323, South Burlington, Vermont 05407, USA. Tel. 1-800-292-9001. Web address: http://www.echonyc.com/~mysticfire.Or contact: Mystic Fire Direct, P.O. Box 2249, Livonia, Michigan  48151. ($29.95)

James Joyce's Women
[1983] Directed by Michael Pearce and written, adapted, and performed by Fionnula Flanagan. Distributed by MCA Home Video, 70 University City Plaza, University City, CA.

The Dead
(1987; colour, 82 min.). Directed by John Huston. Screenplay by Tony Huston. With Anjelica Huston and Donal McCann. Originally distributed on VHS and Laserdisc by Vestron Video, this film is no longer in release (Vestron having been absorbed by bigger firms), but I recently ordered used copies of the tape for $15 through a local video store (which impressed me, since the video never dropped below $89.95 retail). (Information courtesy of Michael O'Shea.)

The World of James Joyce
[2 hour documentary, colour]. The description says: <<produced with the assistance of Richard Ellmann and shot in Dublin, Trieste, Zurich, Rome, London, and Paris, it draws on the reminiscences of associates, friends, and relatives and shows the role of such figures as Harriet Shaw Weaver and Sylvia Beach.>> Distributed by Films for the Humanities and Sciences (PO Box 2053, Princeton, NJ 08543-2053, USA. Tel. 800-257-5126. Fax 609-275-3767). This video sells for $149. Rents for $75.

Ulysses
[1967; b/w, 124 min.] Directed by Joseph Strick. With Barbara Jefford, Milo O'Shea, Maurice Roeves, Fionnula Flanagan. Distributed by Mystic Fire Video, PO Box 9323, South Burlington, Vermont 05407, USA. Tel. 1-800-292-9001. Web address: http://www.echonyc.com/~mysticfire.Or contact: Mystic Fire Direct, P.O. Box 2249, Livonia, Michigan  48151. ($29.95)~{A Painful Case}, produced by RTE [with Sian Phillips & Ray McAnally--rents for $75, sells for $149] (information from Michael Groden, mikeg@uwovax.uwo.ca).

Araby
produced by Michael O'Kelly: MOKELLY@IRLEARN.UCD.IE [again, not yet commercially available. Set on location in North Richmond Street].

Das Literaturmagazin
produced by T.V. DRS [about {Joyce in Zurich}].

Exiles
produced by RTE (?) (information from Klaus Schwienhorst, schwien@OBELIX.UNI-MUENSTER.DE).

Faithful Departed
available from Contemporary Films, 55 Greek St., London W1V 6DB, GB.

Famous Authors: James Joyce
produced by Skan Productions. Available from Orell F’Assli Buchhandlung, Zurich.

Filmtop-The Dead
[a talk with Fritz Senn, in German] (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Finnegans Hyperwake
Union Bank of Switzerland (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Finnegans Wake
directed by Mary Ellen Bute. Available from Mrs Cecile Starr, 50 West 96th, New York, N.Y. 10025, Tel. 212-749-1250.

Galway
available from Ballylynan, Athy, Co. Kildare, Ireland, Tel. 0507-25155.

Images of Joyce
[views on Joyce] distributed by Roundtable Productions, 1991.

Intro and A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
(part 1), directed by Joseph Campbell. Distributed by Brightline, P.O. Box 21155, Oakland, CA 94620, Tel. 415-652-3937. Also available: {A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man) (part 1) and {Ulysses} (part 1); {Ulysses} (part 2); {Ulysses} (part 3); {Ulysses} (part 4).

Is there one who understands me?
available from Devillier/Donegan Enterprises, 1525 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036, Tel. 202-232-8200

James Joyce--There's a medium in all things
[lecture] distributed by Oxford Institute, Milan, Italy.

James Joyce-Teil 1: Der Dichter und seine Stadt
[in German] (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

James Joyce-Teil 2: Edith Clever liest Joyce
[Molly's Soliloquy] (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Joyce's Women [with Fionula Flanagan--two versions, one rather more in the studio, and one in the open] (information from Klaus Schwienhorst, schwien@OBELIX.UNI-MUENSTER.DE).

Lese-, Kult- und andere Zeichen. Mozart, Verdi und Joyce
distributed by 3Sat, ZDF, T.V. station (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Nora. A Portrait
produced by RTE, 1982.

Opening Remarks: Joyce in Milwaukee
(information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Russell Harty's Grand Tour, Part 3: Frank Delaney takes him round James Joyce's Zurich
[not much on Joyce] (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Sun Rite. For Anna Livia Plurabelle. Hommag (sic!) to James Joyce
(information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Tagesschau: Bloomsday in Dublin
(information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

Ten Great Writers: James Joyce
(information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

The Dead
produced by Michael O'Kelly: MOKELLY@IRLEARN.UCD.IE [a video that dramatises parts Joyce’s text of using music and shadows. It is filmed in the decaying house on Usher's Island where the party originally took place. However, it's not commercially available as yet?].

The Scandal of Ulysses
distributed by Roundtable Productions, 1991 (information from Fritz Senn: joyce@es.unizh.ch).

The Sisters
directed by Alan Roughley, University of New England Australia, 1995 (information: joyce_inc@une.edu.au).

Uliisses
directed by Werner Nekes, German. Available from Gurtrug Film, Kassenberg 34, D-4330 (new postal code???) Muelheim an der Ruhr, Germany [about 300 DM!!!].

Walking into Eternity: James Joyce's Ulysses: A Dublin Guide
distributed by The Ryan Group of Princeton, Inc.

Wer sind sie, Mr. Joyce?
produced by TV 2000 Wiesbaden, Germany.

NB
There is a list of documentaries related to {Ulysses} in a 1995 issue of {Approaches to Teaching Joyce's Ulysses}, p.13.  [While the names and details of the distributors change like Proteus, the titles and other information should be reasonably accurate] (more information from the author of the list, Bill Brockman: brockman@ux1.cso.uiuc.edu).

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