I wanted to respond to your videolib inquiry about programming video at your
library by informing you of our collection as a resource.
First Run/Icarus Films specializes in films on Human Rights Issues and race
and diversity issues. We carry over 700 titles with notable sections on race
in the U.S. and in South Africa as well as racial and political conflicts in
Asia, E. Europe, the Middle East, Latin America etc.
We provide films to universities, libraries and schools with full
performance rights and free previews are available of most of our titles for
a period of 2 to 3 weeks.
I would be very interested in sending you our catalog and some specialized
flyers if you will please send me your mailing address via return email.
Hoping to hear from you soon. You may also phone me at 800-876-1710.
At 07:44 AM 6/10/98 -0700, you wrote:
>I am the Outreach Coordinator for a publication entitled Viewing Race,
>which is published through National Video Resources. The publication
>will highlight 60-75 films and videos which address, race, diversity and
> Included within the publication will be articles by professionals who
>use film and video in varying contexts : a librarian, diversity trainer,
>teacher etc. I would like to interview a few librarians who create
>programs around video (discussion forums, cultural events) or who have
>used video within their programs. Ideally the programs would be diverisity
>If anyone has experience programming video within a library and would
>like to talk about it please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
>I look forward to all responses. Thanks a lot.