Peter Glushanok

"Mr. Glushanok had a long career in film as a director, producer and camera man, beginning in the 1940's, before becoming a painter in the 1970's. His films included ''Dancer's World'' and ''Hymn of the Nations,'' documentaries on Martha Graham and Arturo Toscanini. Mr. Glushanok also made films on a wide range of social themes, including ''Freedom of the Press'' and ''Japanese Bride in America,'' both for the Civilian Affairs Division of the United States Army, and ''Angry Boy,'' an award-winning documentary on psychiatric treatment. He also made short films for the Office of War Information in Washington and feature films that included ''Uncle Vanya.


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