Writing on the Wall

Barbara Black (Barbara.Black@Colorado.EDU)
Fri, 8 Mar 2002 09:13:19 -0800 (PST)

Does anyone know if the following is available in video or how I might
obtain rights to make a video copy of the film (that we do not own)?

Am I dreaming?

Or, is there another title out there that addresses the same topic?

Color; sound; 52 minutes

Oscar Newman discusses the relationship between crime and architectural
design, between, for example, vandalism and poorly designed housing. He
makes the point that many American high-rise housing projects are unsafe to
live in and that some, such as those in St. Louis, are being demolished. He
asks if crime rates in other countries will be affected if they duplicate
American mistakes. Produced by the BBC.

Time-Life Films and Ambrose were the distributors at one time.



Barbara Black
Video Library
Information Technology Services
University of Colorado at Boulder
Stadium 343, Gate 11
Campus Box 379
Boulder, CO 80309-0379

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