DuArt, Ya Gotta Love 'em.

jon aubrey (porkstore@yahoo.com)
Mon, 1 Apr 2002 10:21:00 -0800 (PST)

Vidlibbers Of The World,
This has little to do with the subject at hand, but
DuArt film labs is one of the great filmmaking
resources in the country, if not the world. Soooooooo
many documentaries, independent, and smaller films
that we love, or might love if we were to see them,
would never get made and finished if it weren't for
the services and support that DuArt offers both low
and higher budget filmmakers. Just thought I'd give
them a plug. They certainly deserve one.

Behind The Scenes In Post-Production,
Jon A.

--- "Kristine R. Brancolini" <brancoli@indiana.edu>
> This represents a cataloging problem. DuArt Film
> and Video is just a
> duplication house, not a distributor. The Lantz
> Office is the
> distributor. For some reason, DuArt's name and
> address often shows up on
> the box and then the cataloger mistakes it for the
> distributor. -- Kris
> On Mon, 1 Apr 2002, Val Gangwer wrote:
> > Hello,
> > "The Lunch Date" was released by DuArt Film and
> Video in 1997. They are based
> > in New York and their phone number is
> 212-757-4580. Some entity called The
> > Lantz Office is also involved, but I am not sure
> how.
> > Val Gangwer

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