Jerome HILL

(1905-1972)
Nationality: american

Jerome Hill (2 Mar 1905 - 21 Nov 1972)

“The son of a railroad magnate, Jerome Hill grew up under the gaze of professional cinematographers. He began making films at Yale and documented Grandma Moses and Albert Schweitzer. Hill completed the sophisticated autobiographical Film Portrait (1972) which looks back on the history of cinema as well as his own life. He was one of the founders of Anthology Film Archives.” –Robert A. Haller

Courtesy Unseen Cinema: Early American Avant-Garde Film 1894-1941

2 MOVIES IN DISTRIBUTION

FILM PORTRAIT
1970 / color / sound / single screen / 81' 00 / 246 €
distribution: 16mm
  LA CARTOMANCIENNE - The Fortune Teller
1932 / 35mm / color-b&w / sound / single screen / 11' 42 / 40 €
distribution: Digital file on server