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Brian Huberman video and film collection

Identifier: MS 0910
Finding aid note: Stored offsite at the Library Service Center.

Content Description

Unedited film and video related to Brian Huberman's documentary projects.


  • Creation: 1975 - 2010

Conditions Governing Access

Once processed, this material will be open for research.

Conditions Governing Access

Stored offsite at the Library Service Center.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish should be faciliated through the Woodson Research Center, at or 713.348.2586

Biographical / Historical

Brian Huberman is a graduate of the National Film & Television School of Great Britain. He came to Texas in 1975 and is currently associate professor of film at Rice University where he teaches courses in digital documentary production, film production, and film genre. He has produced several documentaries that have been screened internationally both on television and at festivals including, To Put Away the Gods (1983), about the Lacandon Maya Indians of Chiapas, The Making of John Wayne's THE ALAMO (1992), The Last days of Charles/Kathryn (1993,) about a transsexual, and The De la Peña Diary, a memoir of the Texas Revolution including the death of David Crockett (2000). Huberman's credits as a cameraman include Trauma Drama episodes for The Learning Channel (1999-2000) and Eagle Pennell's award winning Last Night at the Alamo (1984).


24 Linear Feet (24 boxes)

Language of Materials


Immediate Source of Acquisition

Donated to the Woodson Research Center by Brian Huberman in 2021.

Guide to the Brian Huberman video and film collection
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Repository Details

Part of the Woodson Research Center, Rice University, Houston, Texas Repository

Fondren Library MS-44, Rice University
6100 Main St.
Houston Texas 77005 USA