On Tue, 26 Nov 1996 John_Fick@muccmail.missouri.edu wrote:
> I'm looking for a sales (or rental) distributor for a VHS copy (with
> public performance rights) of:
> REARDEN PLAYS REARDEN
> The only reference I've found claims the "publisher is Phillip Morris"
> and that it's 28 minutes (1990). Our Museum of Art and Archaeology
> thinks it may be a Third World Cinema release.
> Description: Incisive and innovative study of Romare Bearden, the
> renowned black artist, shows how his southern roots and years in
> Harlem have influenced his paintings and collages. In depicting
> through his paintings the black experience in America, he has been
> compared to such blues/jazz artists as Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday
> and Duke Ellington. James Earl Jones narrates. Winner of the Silver
> Hugo Award from the Chicago International Film Festival.
> Any help would be greatly appreciated. Feel free to reply directly to
> me at email@example.com
> John Fick
> University of Missouri
> Academic Support Center