Oral Histories

Interview of Ilene Segalove

Video artist trained in part at the Feminist Studio Workshop at CalArts. Known in part for The Mom Tapes (1974-78)
Subtitle:
Ilene Segalove: An Oral History
Series:
Out of the Seventies: L. A. Women in Film and Video
Topic:
Film and Television
Interviewer:
Collings, Jane
Interviewee:
Segalove, Ilene
Persons Present:
Segalove and Collings.
Place Conducted:
Tapes I to II: The Smith Room, Special Collections in the Young Research Library at UCLA; Tape III: The UCLA Oral History Program office at UCLA.
Supporting Documents:
Records relating to the interview are located in the office of the UCLA Library's Center for Oral History Research.
Interviewer Background and Preparation:
The interview was conducted by Jane Collings, interviewer and senior editor, Center for Oral History Research. B.A., Communications, Antioch College; M.A., Communications, University of Iowa; Ph.D., Critical Studies, UCLA. Collings prepared for the interview by viewing Segalove's work and reading selected articles on Segalove's work and its context.
Processing of Interview:
The interviewer compiled the table of contents and interview history and supplied the spellings of proper nouns and the complete names entered in brackets in the text. Segalove reviewed the transcript. She verified proper names, made a number of corrections and additions, and provided the biographical material at the front of the transcript. Michelle Weis, editorial assistant, assembled the guide to proper names.
Length:
3.5 hrs.
Language:
English
Copyright:
Regents of the University of California, UCLA Library.
Series Statement:
Interviews in this series were conducted with filmmakers and artists in the area of feminist media and art of the seventies in Los Angeles.