ENCYCLOPEDIA OF MIME
Marcel Marceau's work has been preserved on video for future
generations to enjoy. Some of the videos available were reproduced from
films, while others were produced directly for video.
This artist who is best known for his silence can also be found on audio recordings — of interviews with him about his art and artistic life.
Video (<•> indicates video may be viewed online by following the link)
Meet Marcel Marceau (1965) - USA (recorded by kinescope from a live television
Marcel Marceau ou Le Poids de l'Ame (1992) - France
Interviews & Documentaries
Marcel Marceau Speaks (recording of 1968 interview by William Fifield in English) - LP record (issued 1971) and CD (issued 2000)
Studs Terkel Interviews Marcel Marceau - Interview conducted in Chicago on October 6, 1960. Listen to the interview online.
Interview with Marcel Marceau - On January 28, 2000, Marcel Marceau was the guest Luncheon Speaker at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. This interview/event was presented as a live web cast by National Public Radio. Length: 57:43 Listen to the interview online
Marcel Marceau Parle: l'Art du Silence (recording of interview in French) - 33 speed record; No. 33 of a series of 35 records from the series Franšais de Notre Temps (year unknown).
Marcel Marceau - von Stille bewegt. Ein Portrait von Wolf Gaudlitz. (interview in German) - CD audio book, issued 2007.
Video and Audio Recordings
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