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"Michael K. Kuentz" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
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Thu, 4 Mar 1993 12:59:28 EST
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JL;
  Whether we are filmmakers, journalists, photo-journalists, or documentarians,
I feel we all have the obligation to illustrate what is necessary in our
creations.
  I would really enjoy being able to sample some of your work. Is it possible,
since I do not have much access to (I assume you produce on 16mm) the
necessary equipment, that you can telecine your material onto videotape? I
will provide a video tape and cover any minor costs that may be involved.
  THIS REQUEST GOES FOR ANYONE WHO MAKES MINI-DOCUMENTARIES AND FILMS. PER-
HAPS, THROUGH THIS LIST, WE OUGHT TO SET UP SOME SORT OF TRANSFER-MAILING
SERVICE BY WHICH WE CAN SAMPLE EACH OTHER'S WORKS AND CRITIQUE THEM. THIS
I FEEL WOULD BE A UNIQUE WAY OF SHARING MORE THAN JUST POSTING ON THE
NET.
  Please let me know if this request is feasible and can be done.
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