This collection contains materials related to Cozens' work on the Masters of Tomorrow documentary film production. In addition to manuscript materials, this collection includes 20 Betacam SP tapes, 25 VHS tapes, and 1 PAL.
Majority of material found within 1997-1998
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Born in Victoria, Australia, Robert Cozens graduated from the University of Houston in 1964. Working as a producer, director, writer, cinematographer, and photographer, Cozens aims to impact public opinion and policy in each aspect of his work. Cozens has produced award winning films such as CHICANO!: Fighting for Political Power and Living With Aids.
In 1998, Cozens signed on as producer and director of Masters of Tomorrow, a KUHT production aiming to tell the stories of playwright Edward Albee, producer Stuart Ostrow, director Jose Quintero, and how the three work together at the University of Houston to educate students and continue to create new work. The standalone 90-minute episode was completed in 1999.
Most paper materials in this collection arrived in two binders, both labeled Masters of Tomorrow. Papers were removed and refoldered. The original order of documents within binders was maintained. Where possible, tabbed divisions and folder titles were also carried over.
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Robert Cozens Papers, Courtesy Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries https://findingaids.lib.uh.edu/repositories/2/resources/338 Accessed March 09, 2021.
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