This object is a production strip board, used to organize a film shoot. A strip of paper represents each scene, noting with characters/actors appear in the scene, the location on set, any animals or vehicles needed, special costumes, makeup, or special effects. The strips are reordered as the plans for production evolve. The physical strip board has been replaced by software designed specifically for the film industry.
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Typescript of Louis Begley’s Wartime Lies, May 17, 1992
Reuben Ainszstein’s Jewish Resistance in Nazi-Occupied Eastern Europe (1974 edtion)
Raul Hilberg’s The Destruction of the European Jews (1967 edition)
John A. Armstrong’s Soviet Partisans in World War II (1964 edition)
Louis Begley’s Wartime Lies (1994 edition)
Louis Begley’s Wartime Lies (preprint editon, May 1991)