RE: [Videolib] Film Movement via Recorded Books

Threatt, Monique L (
Mon, 24 May 2004 11:01:16 -0500

We have our own in-house library pr person who distributes the
information to the local newspaper and radio stations.

Also, I have gathered a list of names from faculty/patrons who frequent
media services regularly and I send them the publicity flyer as an
attachment. I try to do this 2 weeks in advance if possible.


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[] On Behalf Of Syp, Marc P.
Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 10:08 AM
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Subject: RE: [Videolib] Film Movement via Recorded Books

Also, specifically, I'm curious how you are marketing these events. Do
you know the titles a few months in advance, allowing you to put this
info into newsletters, flyers, etc? What kind of exhibition space do
you have?

Marc Syp
Supervisor, Film Library
St. Louis Public Library

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[]On Behalf Of TMontri
Sent: Saturday, May 22, 2004 9:14 AM
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Subject: [Videolib] Film Movement via Recorded Books

Hi all,

Just wondering, who has taken advantage of the public performance DVDs
from Film Movement (dist. by Recorded Books)? Did you have a film
series at your library? If so, how many days or weeks? Did you have a
discussion or lecture following the films? How was the event(s)
otherwise structured? What was your turnout?

We are about to complete our 6-week series of films from Film Movement.
It has been very successful for us, but we wondered if there are ways to
improve it. Of course, if anyone out there has had a screening or
series of films that didn't necessarily come from Film Movement/Recorded
Books, your feedback is valued as well. So, any info on what has worked
for you is helpful!

Tracy Montri
Toledo-Lucas County Public Library
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