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December 1997, Week 2


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Mike Frank <[log in to unmask]>
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Tue, 9 Dec 1997 13:22:22 -0400
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 . . .i've received a [junk] mail solicitation [from Films for Humanities &
Sciences] for something called THE LANGUAGE OF FILM . . . a five part
mini-series from the beeb that leads to "an understanding of the complex
processes involved in the direction of a major drama . . ."
it strikes me that, if well done, this could be a very useful tool in my intro
to cinema course [and perhaps in other courses as well] but at four hundred and
twenty five bucks [u.s.] for a total of three hours of programming, it's not
cheap, and before i sit on my friendly campus librarian to order it i'd like
to know if anyone has any experience of or with it . . . even if all you have
is second hand information, i'd be grateful for hearing about it
thanks much
mike frank
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