[Videolib] Local history filmmaking in WV - from national magazine

Steve Fesenmaier (fesenms@wvlc.lib.wv.us)
Thu, 24 Jun 2004 10:12:06 -0400

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"Boasting the arts and culture of a community is a valuable service for
any small rural library. PCFL has partnered with a local filmmaker, B.J.
Gudmundsson, to create two feature documentaries about local history.
>From beginning to end, PCFL assisted the filmmaker in research, funding,
and presentation to the community. Future film projects are on the
drawing board. PCFL is also helping to preserve local history by
participating in the National Veteran's Oral History Project, as well
as planning to produce digital film archives of some of our county's
older citizens as they tell stories from their lives." - The Small Rural
Library as a Community Sparkplug. Public Libraries May/June 2004 p. 149

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