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The Long Sunset is a 1963 Australian TV movie based on a play by R. C. Sheriff, it was directed by Colin Dean It was recorded live. Australian TV drama was rare at the time; the play had been filmed by the BBC in 1958. A Roman family during the last days of Roman Britain. Henry Gilbert as Julian Severus Lynne Murphy as Serena Severus James Condon as Arthur, leader of a band of Britons John Bell as Julian's son Sandra Gleeson Tim Cohen Guy le Claire Ronald Morse Richard Parry John Faassen; the critic from the Sydney Morning Herald wrote that "rhe gingerly stiffness of dialogue and manner that seems to overcome most dramatists and actors when they are playing at history was absent from the" production. He felt that the characters in the original play "are in any case incorrigible cardboard, but Colin Dean's production, despite a few visual ingenuities, seemed to emphasise rather than minimise their creaking unreality; the Romans either were querulous and fearful. None of them was more than spasmodically interesting."
The critic felt Gilbert "seemed to be taking part in a slow and stately pageant" while Condon was "conscientiously surly and thicktongued" while Bell and Faassen "were wasted in dull parts." The critix felt "the play would have seemed better if the performance had shown more evidence of the sort of rehearsal that allows actors to develop characterisations as well as learn lines and moves, but with devoted attention it is not to have much more in its favour than the romance of its historical idea." List of television plays broadcast on Australian Broadcasting Corporation The Long Sunset on IMDb Full text of play at Project Gutenberg
Harold Corsini was an American photographer. Harold Corsini was born to Italian immigrants in New York City and began his career there as a freelancer. A photo he took when he was about 16, an aerial shot of football players, is archived in the George Eastman Collection in Rochester, New York, he assisted Arnold S. Eagle for three years as a photography teacher for the National Youth Administration. Corsini admired the work of Roy Stryker's Farm Security Administration photographers and aspired to the documentary style they practiced, he joined the Photo League in 1938, "the only free camera club in New York City", whose members were concerned photographers. After a stint with Life magazine, in 1943 Corsini joined the Standard Oil documentary project under Roy Stryker, where he worked longer than any other photographer. In 1950, he accompanied Stryker to Pittsburgh and assisted him as head of the photographic department at the Pittsburgh Photographic Library. There he chronicled the city's first Renaissance, which included redevelopment of the Point and construction of Gateway Center.
He remained in Pittsburgh. Became the official photographer for U. S. Steel. Corsini's work with U. S. Steel reflected the industry from labor to output, included industrial and technical pieces. Corsini retired when he sold his studio in 1975 joined the faculty at Carnegie Mellon University, where he taught for nine years, his photographic work is held, in addition to the Pittsburgh Photographic Library, by the University of Louisville Photographic Archives, the George Eastman House Photo Collection, the Carnegie Museum of Art. The University of Pittsburgh houses the Harold Corsini archives, he died on New Year's Day 2008, aged 88, following a stroke. He was survived by his wife, two children, a brother. November 4, 2011 - March 25, 2012 "The Radical Camera: New York's Photo League, 1936-1951" at Jewish Museum February - April 2004 "Iron & Steel" at Keith De Lellis Gallery May 13 – July 3, 1983 "Roy Stryker: U. S. A. 1943–1950" at International Center of Photography Carnegie Mellon: A Portrait, photographs.
Nicholas Lemann. "Harold Corsini's Photographs of the Early Days of Aramco," The New Yorker, v. 78 no. 8 p. 72-3. Harold Raymond Corsini at Find A Grave The Harold Corsini Photograph Collection at the Archive Service Center, University of Pittsburgh