From: andrew lampert (email suppressed)
Date: Wed Aug 22 2007 - 14:03:21 PDT
Thanks, Steve! This is a major resource, and I'm
thrilled that it is available online. It is a big
help to have these available when it come ti
programming, and for inspiration. A lot of "lost"
films and "missing" filmmakers who are ready for
--- Steve Polta <email suppressed> wrote:
> Citizens of the World...
> San Francisco Cinematheque is excited and proud to
> announce the digital publication of its collected
> Program Notes Books, representing programming years
> 1984–2000 (with more coming soon).
> These digital replicas of our bound volumes of
> Notes represent the entirety of Cinematheque’s
> screenings for these years and provide information
> hundreds of films and filmmakers. Many of these
> volumes have been out-of-print and unavailable for
> Completely indexed, cross-referenced, and
> text-searchable, these wonderful digital objects are
> available for free download in pdf format from
> Cinematheque is grateful to the Prelinger Library
> the Internet Archive for making this possible.
> These books are provided for download, reading,
> printing, etc. at absolutely no charge, no
> no catch. Make a donation if you care to (see button
> at the bottom of the page). Feel free; don't feel
> obligated. Hard-copy bound volumes (if available)
> be purchased from Cinematheque via the same web
> while supplies last.
> If pdf is not your thing, other interesting reading
> formats of these books can be found at the Internet
> Archive. Please follow this link:
> Finally: Please note that Program Notes for
> programs, beginning February 2007, are available for
> download as well. Please check it out in the
> Archive" section of our website:
> More coming soon (we hope).
> Steve Polta
> San Francisco Cinematheque
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