Re: Fine Art of Faking It

Sara Jane Pearman (pearman@cma-oh.org)
Fri, 16 Mar 2001 13:11:16 -0800 (PST)

Unfortunately Films for the Humanities does not handle Nova anymore. We
tried that but this place likes to do things the hard way. Sigh.

Sara Jane

At 12:56 PM 3/16/01 -0800, you wrote:
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>Sara,
> We purchased our copy from Films for the Humanities. I did not pull
>it up by title on their web site, so try calling,
>800-257-5126. The product number is 3006.
>Good luck, Jane
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>Sara Jane Pearman <pearman@cma-oh.org>@library.berkeley.edu on 03/16/2001
>03:18:43 PM
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>Please respond to videolib@library.berkeley.edu
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>Sent by: videolib@library.berkeley.edu
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>To: Multiple recipients of list <videolib@library.berkeley.edu>
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>Subject: Fine Art of Faking It
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>I am trying to get a good copy of the video, The Fine Art of Faking It. An
>object in the Cleveland Museum of Art played a prominent part and we want
>to use it, legally, as part of an exhibition on conservation.
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>Now the problem is, getting a good copy and the permission to use it. It
>was a Nova show and it was sold at one time by Films for the Humanities.
>They no longer handle Nova. Nova has said we can use anything we want, no
>problem. I am going to try to talk to them again, to see if they can dupe
>a good copy for us. The problem is, I don't know who to talk to, any
>suggestions ? It was orgignally produced for WGBH, any suggestions on who
>to talk to there. In fact, any suggestions period. See what happens when
>you try to do things legally.
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>Sara Jane Pearman
>Slide Librarian
>Cleveland Museum of Art
>11150 East Blvd
>Cleveland Ohio 44106
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>216-707-2545
>pearman@cma-oh.org
>fax:216-421-0921
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