Well I don=B9t know what films they wanted to show and it might have been too
expensive but I wonder if they even checked the prices.
I don=B9t know if this was sort of generic entertainment type thing or geared
to specific theme but one frustrating thing is that film showings in genera=
have been so devalued in campuses. Obviously because folks can now go to th=
store or netflix or on demand cable it is not the rarity it was but
it is a shame students and faculty by and large no longer think of film
showings as an event like a speaker, or music performance etc. Something
paying for and worth seeing in a group setting.
On 6/13/07 4:32 PM, "Francis Kuykendall" <FKuykendall@southark.edu> wrote:
> Thanks to everyone who sent messages and links regarding public showing o=
> recently released films. The sponsors realize it is too expensive and too
> involved to continue with the activity. Thanks again.
> Francis Kuykendall
> Library Director
> South Arkansas Community College
> 300 South West Avenue
> El Dorado, AR 71730
> (v) 870.864.7115
Proud Resident of a BLUE STATE
333 W 39th St. 503
NY NY 10018
Thanks to everyone who sent messages and links regarding pub= lic showing of recently released films. The sponsors realize it is too expen= sive and too involved to continue with the activity. Thanks again.
South Arkansas Community College
300 South West Avenue
El Dorado, AR 71730
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