Mormons -- Drama
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
Film is dated 1978, and was produced by the Brigham Young University Motion Picture Studio. One film reel is included in the collection.
And should we die / a Brigham Young University production ; produced and directed by Wetzel O. Whitaker ; screenplay by Scott Whitaker, 1966
Film was released in 1966, and was produced by Brigham Young University Motion Picture Department. The film depicts the persecution of Latter-day Saints in Mexico during the Mexican Revolution and the death of two Church members for not denying their faith. The collection has a DVD copy of the film reel. Dated 1966.
Contains motion picture film from KBYU and BYU Motion Picture Studio productions. Film topics include Mormon history and news, as well as dramatic productions. Films date from between 1935 and 1980.
Contains materials from the production of the Centennial guidebook, as well as two copies of the guide in its final form. Dated 1974-1975.
Contains correspondence and memorandums on a variety of subjects organized by date. Dates from 1973-1976.
Contains copies of newspaper articles related to centennial events and programming. Dated 1974-1976.
Consists of additional documentation from the production of the musical "Brigham!" Dated 1976.
Consists of copies of the score and instrumentation for "Right Honorable Saint," a musical about the life of Karl Maeser produced as part of the centennial celebration. Dated 1975.
Contains various items of centennial ephemera, including buttons and banners. Dated 1975-1976.