Correction. I meant the WEINSTEIN company for SUMMER not Miramax
As they are the ones who bought out Wellspring. Again VERY unlikely they
have it or
Will even return a call but that is who I would ask.
Color of Paradise is very likely at New Yorker which handles
Many Sony classics. Ph is 212-645-4600 and
New Yorker DEFINITELY has Real Women Have Curves
Under non theatrical license/
Summer was last owned by Wellspring now part of the new Miramax
There is a small chance they still own it unlikely anyone there will figur=
Criterion does own Mr. Hulot but probably not La Cienaga which was release=
The new deceased Cowboy films
Bottom line is that I think a few of these will be too complicated to clea=
Being owned either by companies who don=B9t do this sort of thing or overseas
On 5/8/06 4:50 PM, "Gary Handman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> -----Original Message-----
>> From: Brandenburg, Anna
>> Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 6:06 PM
>> To: 'email@example.com'
>> Subject: PPR - summertime films
>> I am trying to expand our library's film programming beyond films covere=
>> Swank (we have a site license), and could use some help... like if anyon=
>> direct phone numbers or e-mail addresses... I'm not sure if I'm contacti=
>> the right people - I haven't been able to get any live ones.
>> These are the films I'm having trouble with:
>> Real Women Have Curves - HBO Films - left voicemail for james john carri=
>> Color of Paradise - Sony Pictures Classics - left a voicemail with their
>> Sales Office 212-833-8842
>> Eric Rohmer's Summer - I have no idea who to contact about this one...
>> "Mr. Hulot's Holiday" and "La Cienaga" - Criterion - e-mailed
>> Thanks very much!
>> Anna Brandenburg, Springfield (MA) City Library
> Gary Handman
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-----Origi= nal Message-----Gary Handman
From: Brandenburg, Anna
Sent: Wednesday, May 03, 2006 6:06 PM
Subject: PPR - summertime films
I am trying to expand our lib= rary's film programming beyond films covered by Swank (we have a site licens= e), and could use some help... like if anyone has direct phone numbers or e-= mail addresses... I'm not sure if I'm contacting the right people - I haven'= t been able to get any live ones.
These are the films I'm having trouble with:
Real Women Have Curves - HBO Films - left voicemail for james john carrigan= 212-512-1000
Color of Paradise - Sony Pict= ures Classics - left a voicemail with their Sales Office 212-833-8842
Eric Rohmer's Summer - I have no idea who to contact about this one...
"Mr. Hulot's Holiday" and "La Cienaga&= quot; - Criterion - e-mailed 'firstname.lastname@example.org'
Thanks very much!
Anna Brandenburg, Springfield (MA) City Library
Media Resources Center
<http://www.lib.berkeley= .edu/MRC> *****
"In societies where modern conditions of production prevail,
all of li= fe presents itself as an immense accumulation of spectacles."
&nb= sp; --Guy Debord
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