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September 1997, Week 4


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Chris Worsnop <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 23 Sep 1997 16:07:39 -0400
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I can endorse Gene's recommendation of this resource. It is intended to
support media education programs in secondary schools. You can get it from
any Candaian outlet of NFB, but sales of the video in other countries are
very difficult because of copyright problems.
>Documentary and TV Resouces
>The National Film Board of Canada has an interesting book called
>_Constructing Reality: Exploring Media Issues in Documentary_ by Arlene
>Moskovitch. It is made to be used with a series of six (I believe) videos
>utilizing clips or entire films from the NFB's present and past (including
>City of Gold, Lonely Boy, Flamenco at 5:15 and several others).
>        It's all available through the nfb's Education office, Marketing
>D-5, PO Box 6100, Station A, Montreal, Quebec H3C 3H5  Canada.
>Gene Walz
>University of Manitoba
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>University of Alabama.
Chris M. Worsnop
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