Re: JORDAN'S PLEA for Publicity!!!-----Jack Jordan held hostage!

From: James Tully Studio (email suppressed)
Date: Sun Jan 22 2006 - 12:51:18 PST

Granted, I'm no Jack Smith fan...
But wasn't Mary Jordan already showing the film last November? I saw
printed invitations and even got 'open bar' invitations for her "Jack
Smith" film from three different people.
She cobbled-together some stream-of-consciousness production so that she
could be included in a 'biennial' her friends were launching. So if she
can show tripe in NYC, why is she suddenly unable to show it in Holland?
Was this the same film?
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Sent: Sunday, January 22, 2006 8:45 AM
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Subject: PLEA for Publicity!!!-----Jack Jordan held hostage!

Is this supposed to be constructive? Pulling your own film out of
  Use your brains, folks! We all know that Mary Jordan finished the film
already showed it publicly several times. This is a great publicity
gimmick that she needs to pull because her so called "documentary" is
to need all the help it can get to convince people that it actually
something about Jack Smith and his work.
I was at a film screening last week and another filmmaker told me that
and her production company have already filed a multi million dollar
against the plaster foundation: the people who actually saved and
Smith's work. She's probably trying to gain control over the Smith
She has slandered decent people everywhere she goes: Hurt HER feelings??

Are you freakin crazy?? That woman has stepped all over YOUR colleagues
people that have helped the American Avant Garde Cinema and worked
thanks or recognition- and she does so with an arrogance that has NO
understanding of film history.
When she showed her Jack Smith Circus Show in NY last year, wasn't it
that she has hundreds of photographs and many hours of film footage?
your brains, people: why is she pulling this stunt over "40 images"???

PUBLICITY !! needed to make up for the rancid failure of her own
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