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July 2007, Week 1


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Andy Moore <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 6 Jul 2007 13:33:08 -0700
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Dear Colleagues,

This month Frameline has so many exciting new releases that I will not
describe them here. Please visit
to see the July issue of our e-newsletter, which contains descriptions,
photos, and links to all these wonderful new films. Of ADDITIONAL INTEREST
should be our 10 brand new compilations of LGBT-themed short films from the
Frameline collection (4-9 films per compilation; $45 per compilation incl.
PPR). A short-cut to these new compilations is

On a personal note, next week is my last week at Frameline. I've enjoyed
reading and contributing to this listserv, and wish you all well. I don't
know what I'm doing next, job-wise, but if it's within this field perhaps
you'll be hearing from me again. If not, I wish you all good luck and the
best of everything. After July 12, you can reach me at [log in to unmask]
if you wish.

I urge you to keep nonprofit organization Frameline in mind, and to continue
to help spread the word about Frameline's wonderful collection of
LGBT-themed films for educators.

Thanks very much,
Andy Moore 
Educational Distribution Manager
145 9th Street, Suite 300
San Francisco, CA 94103
P 415.703.8650 x316
F 415.861.1404
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Framelinešs Educational Distribution Program:
--Since 1981, the leading educational distributor solely dedicated to
lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) film and video.
--More than 200 titles spanning every genre and more than 70 subject areas.
--A non-profit organization.
--Visit our website ( ) to browse our
collection. Subscribe to our free monthly e-newsletter, the Frameline
Distribution Dispatch, at

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