Re: [Videolib] 35mm Rentals Question

Karen Baxter (kbaxter@calarts.edu)
Wed, 10 Jan 2007 14:55:33 -0800

Thanks for your information Jessica.
best,
Karen B.

Jessica Rosner wrote:
> All of these films exist in 35mm but you would have to go through
> Swank and they can't access them as they would really be special studio
> prints.
> If Swank get them for you , you can't get them.
>
>
> On 1/10/07 4:25 PM, "Karen Baxter" <kbaxter@calarts.edu> wrote:
>
>
>> Hello Videolib,
>>
>> I have a question that I hope the collective wisdom and experience of
>> this group can help answer. Our Film Services manager and I have been
>> unable to locate the companies that have the distribution rights and can
>> provide educational rentals for the following westerns. She has
>> exhausted all of her regular sources. One of our Film / Video School
>> faculty is teaching a History of the Western course this semester and
>> wanted to rent 35mm films to show to his class. He is most interested
>> in "Johnny Guitar", directed by Nicholas Ray.
>>
>> Can anyone help and point us in the direction we need to go? Or is this
>> a hopeless endeavor?
>>
>> JOHNNY GUITAR - Nicholas Ray (1954) on 35mm
>> THE SEARCHERS - John Ford (1956) on 35mm
>> THE MAN WHO SHOT LIBERTY VALANCE- John Ford (1962) on 35mm
>> SEVEN MEN FROM NOW - Budd Boetticher (1959)
>> MCCABE AND MRS. MILLER - Robert Altman (1971)
>> RIDE THE HIGH COUNTRY - Sam Peckinpah (1969)
>>
>> Thank you so much!
>> Karen Baxter
>>
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> Jessica Rosner
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