House: After Five Years of Living (1955)

16 Dec
Director  Charles and Ray Eames
Producer
Contributors  Music by Elmer Bernstein
Length  10 min
B&W/Color  color
UO Library Catalog description:  Photographs of the home and studio, designed and built by Charles Eames on a hill in California overlooking the ocean, reflecting the interests of Mr. and Mrs. Eames and show the influence of Japanese simplicity in the architecture and in the furnishings.
Call # FILM Ma116
Genre  documentary
Rare  no
Online  no
Copyright status  public domain
Physical condition  good
Oregon-related  no

Notes:

Charles and Ray Eames were also responsible for Powers of Ten and Toccata For Toy Trains.

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2 Responses to “House: After Five Years of Living (1955)”

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  1. Toccata For Toy Trains (1958) « 16mm Lost & Found - December 16, 2011

    […] and Ray Eames were also responsible for Powers of Ten and House: After Five Years of Living. Bernstein was a distinguished and prolific film composer, active between the forties and his death […]

  2. A Rough Sketch of a Proposed Film Dealing With the Powers of Ten and the Relative Size of Things (1968) « 16mm Lost & Found - December 16, 2011

    […] maintains a website where you can see the final film. We also have the Eames’ films House: After Five Years of Living and Toccata forToy Trains. There are two copies of this “sketch” in the library; both […]

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