From: Susan Agliata (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Aug 22 2006 - 13:23:15 PDT
At this point I believe that this conversation has been exhausted and
truly feel that introducing a comparison w/ "lower tier of rock clubs" is
unnecessary and that your comment of "Is that what you're used to?" is
wholly uncalled for and hostile.
If I do not agree with an organizations procedures and policies I do not
attend their events or participate in their activities but I do not go out
of my way to criticize them using negative language.
I'm sure this conversation will continue in some form or another but I
cannot participate in this futile debate.
If anyone has any questions or requires information of any kind regarding
New York Experimental feel free to contact me off-list but I will not
respond to any future comments.
-- Susan Agliata The Tank: New York Experimental email suppressed www.thetanknyc.org > Tuesday, August 22, 2006, 11:34:10 AM, one spoke: > > S> in regards to festivals and screenings. > > You keep using this formula as though "festivals" and "screenings" were > the same thing. They're not. > > S> Each filmmaker/artist has different expectations and requirements > > For many, those expectations are codified in the number following the > dollar sign in the rental catalog. > > This "pay-to-play, % of the door" policy seems curiously reminiscent of > the lower tier of rock clubs. Is that what you're used to? > > -- > Jim Flannery > email suppressed > http://www.newgrangemedia.com/pii > > > __________________________________________________________________ > For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>. > __________________________________________________________________ For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.