Fwd: Re: BookWars/Media Listserve info

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Thu, 9 Nov 2000 14:05:58 -0800 (PST)

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>>>Screening at MOMA, NYC in January
>>>Nominated for IFP Gotham Award
>>>WINNER--Best Documentary New York Underground Film Festival 2000
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>BookWars, the award winning documentary about New York City street
>booksellers, is now available for educational purchase from Transit Media
>Communications:
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>Transit Media Communications
>1-800-343-5540
>22-D Hollywood Avenue
>Ho Ho Kus, NJ 07423
>tmcndy@aol.com
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>(Price $189.00 + $10 s/h includes public performance license)
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>BookWars RT 78:00 USA-Color-HiFi Stereo - NTSC - 4 Color sleeve
> 2000 Camerado
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>For reviews, clips, and more information, please visit the BookWars
>website at: www.camerado.com
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>>From: Gary Handman <ghandman@library.berkeley.edu>
>>To: "Jason Rosette" <drunkenboat@hotmail.com>
>>Subject: Re: BookWars/Media Listserve info
>>Date: Thu, 09 Nov 2000 13:52:06 -0800
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>>Send me ad copy for your film and I'll post it to the videonews listserv...
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>>Gary
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>>At 09:12 PM 11/09/2000 +0000, you wrote:
>>>Gary:
>>>
>>>My name is Jason Rosette, and I recently completed a documentary called
>>>BookWars (www.camerado.com) about the world of NYC street booksellers.
>>>
>>>BookWars is currently being offered for educational sale via Transit Media
>>>Communications, and is concurrently undergoing a theatrical &
>>>non-theatrical rollout. We will be screening at Laemmles in LA starting
>>>this weekend, and will be showing at MOMA here in New York in January.
>>>
>>>
>>>We were recently reviewed positively in both Video Librarian and Library
>>>Journal. I am writing you to inquire about the video database/listserve
>>>which you maintain (Steve Fesenmaier from WV Libraray Association referred
>>>me to you), and any other resources you might be associated with which we
>>>have not accessed.
>>>
>>>As I am an independent producer involved in promoting and distributing
>>>this video compnent myself. As this is a very grass-roots effort, I was
>>>hoping you would be able to include some information about BookWars in
>>>your archive and / or listserve. At the very least, I wonder if you would
>>>refer me to some other resources which I have not mentioned which are
>>>relevant to educational video sales.
>>>
>>>I would be happy to send you a copy of BookWars; in the meantime, please
>>>visit our website at www.camerado.com for more information.
>>>
>>>Thanks in advance for your time and consideration,
>>>
>>>J Rosette
>>>BookWars
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>>Gary Handman
>>Director
>>Media Resources Center
>>Moffitt Library
>>UC Berkeley 94720-6000
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>>"Everything wants to become television"
>>(Gregory Ulmer. Teletheory : Grammatology in the Age of Video)
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Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley 94720-6000
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"Everything wants to become television"
(Gregory Ulmer. Teletheory : Grammatology in the Age of Video)