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  • Published 30 September 2004
    Seven Quick Questions
    Members of the Carleton community pose seven quick questions to Barrie Osborne, producer of the "Lord of the Rings" films.
  • Published 27 September 2004
    My major at Carleton
    Barrie Osborne talks about his studies as a student at Carleton
  • Published 30 September 2004
    What I Look for in Producing a Film
    Barrie Osborne describes the qualities he looks for in deciding to produce a film.
  • Published 30 September 2004
    Hard Work and Talent
    Barrie Osborne describes what it takes to succeed in the film business
  • Published 30 September 2004
    The Lord of the Rings Raffle
    The Carleton audience participates in a drawing for Lord of the Rings memorabilia.
  • Published 30 September 2004
    How we created "Lord of the Rings" on film
    Barrie Osborne describes the working methods of the producer, director, cast and crew in creating a film.
  • Published 30 September 2004
    What makes a movie work ?
    What makes one film successful and another film fail ?
  • Published 30 September 2004
    Saturday at the Movies with Barrie
    Barrie Osborne introduces a screening of "Cutter's Way"
  • North Country poster
    Published 21 June 2006
    North Country Film Colloquium

    Students discuss the experience of Film Colloquium 2005, where they met North Country director Niki Caro and producer Doug Claybourne.

  • Created 10 December 2001; Published 3 March 2003
    Barrie Osborne '66 on The Lord of the Rings
    Barrie Osborne '66, producer of "The Lord of the Rings," says he was inspired to get into movies when a fellow student at Carleton College made a film as a class project. Listen to MPR's interview with Osborne.
  • Created 16 April 2004; Published 28 April 2004
    Convocation: Barrie Osborne
    In addition to his work on "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy, Barrie Osborne was executive producer for the worldwide box office blockbuster and groundbreaking special effects award-winner "The Matrix". A 1966 Carleton graduate, Osborne entered the film industry in 1970 as an apprentice editor and assistant production manager. Osborne spoke about the role of special effects in advancing a narrative in his presentation on "Storytelling and Technology."

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