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March 1995, Week 3


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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Susan Denker <[log in to unmask]>
Fri, 17 Mar 1995 10:42:15 CST
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On Wed, 15 Mar 1995, Marja-Riitta Maasilta wrote:
> > >>In Paris there is La Mediatheque de Trois Mondes which is the best place
> > >>to get videotapes of Third World films. For english speaking countries
> > >>there is of course the problem of language, the subtitles are in french.
> The address is 63 bis rue du Cardinal Lemoine. 75005 Paris
> tel. 33 1 4 54 33 38
> fax. 33 1 46 34 70 19
> I have been in contact with them and have goot good service.
 My question to those of us living off VHS systems is then what? Is it
legal to transfer a film for 1) personal use 2) class use.
 And what should one expect to pay for this? Do most of you have this
service available in your university/college? If I wanted to acquire
equipment to transfer videos from European format to VHS what would I need?
 Answers to any of the above questions would be most gratefully received.
 Susan Denker, Tufts Univ./Museum School