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Jenni Olson <[log in to unmask]>
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Mon, 20 Jul 1998 19:54:55 EDT
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>The University of California Center for Media and Independent Learning
>announces the release of YOU DON'T KNOW DICK: COURAGEOUS HEARTS OF
>TRANSSEXUAL MEN, a landmark documentary dealing with gender identity.
>58 min. Color 1997 Catalog #38409
>Sale: video $250, Rental: video $95
>=46or more information or to place your order, please contact Kate Spohr at:
>University of California Extension Center for Media and Independent Learning
>2000 Center Street, Fourth Floor
>Berkeley, CA 94704
>Phone 510/643-2788
>=46ax 510/643-9271
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>Title:            Remembrance
>Directors:    David McPherson & Chris McCune
>Producer:    Vancouver Film School
>Description:    Members of the Vancouver transgender community discuss
>transgender issues and remember those in their community who have passed
>on.  The sense of family within the trans community and the hardships
>faced in daily life are addressed.
>Cast:        Members of the Vancouver, Canada transgender community
>Running Time:    Approx 8 minutes
>Country:            Canada
>Format:              NTSC, Video, Color
>Style:                 Documentary
>Contact Names:
>David McPherson
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>Debra McAnulty
>The Vancouver Film School
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