Writing

 

DEATH'S BLOOM

From 1913 to 1971, 5,121 mentally ill patients were cremated. Each canister held the remains of a human body left unclaimed for years, stacked on a shelf. 

 
 

Revisiting the Passion of George Lois

An advertising man and his magazine covers

 
 

Letters in Reverse

Adam Harrison Levy on a son’s hopes for his father.

 
 

The Last Unknown Place in New York 

If you want to see a version of the future take a boat to an island off the coast of the Bronx.

 

 
 

The Unseen D-Day

Photographs were taken on the beaches of Normandy in 1944 by the U.S. war artist Manuel Bromberg. They have never been seen before.

 

 
 

An Interview with Philip Glass

In 2005, Adam Harrison Levy interviewed Glass for a BBC documentary film about Chuck Close. The following exchange never made it into the final film.

 
 

Filmography

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Step Right Up: A History of Technology

Producer/director

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War Machine: A History of Technology

Producer/Director

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Tracy k. smity

Producer/Director