Re: [Videolib] Source for old art films

Debra Jo Sujka (
Mon, 03 Dec 2007 17:20:10 -0500

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This is the address of Watmedia, a database of AV for colleges/universities in Ontario. Please keep in mind
that the distributor listed with an title may be Canadian. If a Canadian distributor is listed, and they still
have distribution rights, they probably will be able to help track down the U.S. distributor.

Debra Jo Sujka

"If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice."--Neil Peart

----- Original Message -----
> A member of my art history faculty is looking for a documentary she
> believes was made in the 80s, but cannot remember the title. She was
> hoping to find a catalog or source for art history films and documentaries
> to browse to hopefully jog her memory. Does anyone have suggestions
> of sources?

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