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March 1999, Week 3


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Tue, 16 Mar 1999 11:37:59 EST
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Dear friends,

We are presently designing our first website for Milestone Film & Video which
will naturally include our film and video catalogs. But we are very interested
in asking people out there what you look for in a film website or what you
could really use if provided.

For example, some ideas we've had include
1) posting the "Ideas for Running a Film Society" we've sent out in the past
by request
2) specially written articles by film historians and critics on our films or
that pertain to related subjects
3) a bibliography for several of our titles, etc.
4) stills and press kits for each film
5) trivia contests to win a free video, laserdisc, or DVD each month

All in all, we have over 200 ideas -- some better than others. (Many were
written in the parking lot of a Phoenix shopping mall while waiting for my
almost 3-year-old to finish his nap.)

However, we would like to get some focus and ideas from everybody out there.
Any suggestions?

Dennis Doros
Milestone Film & Video
275 West 96th Street, Suite 28C
New York, NY 10025
phone: (800)603-1104
fax: (212) 222-8952
email: [log in to unmask]

"An ounce of action is worth a ton of theory."
 Friedrich Engels, 1803-18

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