The three documentaries distributed by my company (films I directed)
Taylor's Campaign, Hurry Tomorrow and Deadly Force are sold to libraries
with performance rights when there is no admission fee or donation for
the audience. Taylor's Campaign, described as "infusing the tragedy of
homelessness with both empathy and humor," moves people from different
walks of life to thoughtful, lively post-screening discussions.
I'm wondering how many libraries show documentaries to their
communites? How many use video projectors? Is there a study of this
You can get further information at http://www.richardcohenfilms.com or
contact me at (310)395-3549, firstname.lastname@example.org
Julie Quaid wrote:
> Our library is working on our video collection. We would like to
> purchase videos with public performance rights. Does anyone know of
> distributors that offer
> public performance rights with all their videos?
> Julie Quaid
> Information Services Librarian
> Marion-Levy Public Library System
> Ocala, Florida
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