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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Dermot Tynan <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 21 Mar 1994 09:48:40 GMT
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Below is the address for the filmmakers mailing list.  Please be patient,
however, as the list is maintained manually, and Scott Dorsey has been
overrun recently by AOL.  In general, it would save a lot of admin work
for Scott, if people made sure they really did want to be on the list,
before subscribing (hard, I know).  Here is a quick blurb on what the
list does (from the FAQ):
        The list is made up of filmmakers worldwide,  who  exchange  com-
        ments,  notes, gripes, and technical reviews with each other.  It
        is intended as a forum for filmmakers.  Questions and comments on
        film  stocks, cameras, problems with equipment and projection are
        common.  The discussions run the gamut of independent filmmaking,
        including  such  topics as scriptwriting (although this is better
        served through the screenwriters  mailing  list),  preproduction,
        camera  operation,  lighting,  sound recording, editing, negative
        cutting, printing, processing, film festivals  and  distribution.
        It  is  not intended for movie reviews, or the eternal discussion
        of Blade Runner, unless such discussion relates in  some  way  to
        the actual filmmaking process.
If this is what you're looking for, then please feel free to subscribe
by sending the usual subscription request to;
                [log in to unmask]
Hope this helps...
                                                - Der