Re: [Videolib] When the Levees Broke

MichaelMay.5652831@bloglines.com
10 Oct 2007 16:43:46 -0000

I haven't had any luck with this.

Swank referred me to Spike Lee's company
40 Acres & A Mule Filmworks in Brooklyn at phone 718-624-3703. I called there
and they told me to fax my request in writing to them, which I did last February.
They never responded. Hey Spike, if you're subscribed to videolib, what's
up with that?

Staff involved with Teaching the Levees told me that the
free copies of When the Levees Broke that they are distributing could be shown
without PPR only if used with their curriculum:

http://www.teachingthelevees.org/

Mike in Dubuque

--- videolib@lists.berkeley.edu wrote:

I just finished
reading all the archived messages regarding WHEN THE

> LEVEES BROKE but didn't
see where anyone was successful in acquiring

> PPR. I have a student group
that wants to show it so I need a license

> to do so. Did anyone ever get
a definitive answer on this?

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> Rhonda

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> Media Acquisitions Coordinator

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> Colgate University

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> 13
Oak Drive

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> Hamilton, NY 13346

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> Phone: 315-228-7858

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> Fax:
315-228-6227

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> RPancoe@Mail.Colgate.Edu <mailto:RPancoe@Mail.Colgate.Edu>

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