Re: "A Self-Preservation Guide for Film/Video-Makers"

From: Bill Brand (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Jan 03 2007 - 12:57:55 PST


I think you're best bet is:

Wendy Dorsett, Publications and Membership
email suppressed

If that doesn't work, let me know. I'll send you one myself!



> > Finally, since most film preservation guides are aimed at
>> institutions and many of the films that interest me fall outside an
>> institutional umbrella, I believe it's left to those of us who make
>> films, videos and other moving image works to keep our works alive
>> through whatever preservation efforts we can accomplish. For this
> > purpose, I've written with Toni Treadway "A Self-Preservation Guide
> > for Film/Video-Makers". It was published last year by Anthology Film
>> Archives in "Results You Can't Refuse: Celebrating 30 Years of BB
>> Optics". The book is available from Anthology or online at
> > There was
>> talk of making just the guide available free on a web site, but I
>> don't think its happened yet.
>> Best,
>> Bill
>SPD says your book is "out of stock". Who to contact at Anthology?
>Alain LeTourneau
>Pamela Minty
>425 SE 3rd, #400
>Portland, OR 97214
>United States
>+1 503 231 6548
>Skype ID: frames40
>email suppressed
>For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.

Bill Brand
108 Franklin Street #4W
New York, NY  10013
(212) 966-6253
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.