Hi all,
I actually did not reach out to the folks who have shown at film fests.
Started with my peeps.

Just emailed the Phili group and I found another one as well.

Still, if anyone knows any secrets.

Thanks Laura,
lorraine



From: videolib-boun...@lists.berkeley.edu 
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Hi lorraine (and list),

Did you reach out to  i...@aisphila.org<mailto:i...@aisphila.org> to see how 
the acquired their copy for this event?

http://sedi2.esteri.it/sitiweb/ConsFiladelfia/Eventiculturali2012.pdf

(You're probably 2 steps ahead of me, but wanted to throw it out there, just in 
case...)

Regards,
Laura

Laura Jenemann
Media, Film Studies, and Dance Librarian
George Mason University
703-993-7593
ljene...@gmu.edu<mailto:ljene...@gmu.edu>

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Hi CW,



I'm looking for the film:  Un Americano a Roma, directed by Steno.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0046705/

The faculty would like the film in Italian with English subtitles.

I've been all over Amazon Italy and there are no copies with english subtitles.

I checked worldcat and I see no libraries holding copies with English subtitles.

Doing a web search I've found film festivals that have shown the film and 
indicate that it is in italian with english subtitles.  I'm assuming it exists 
somewhere.

Then I see that Ripley's Home Video is the distributor that most Worldcat 
holdings purchase -- but no English subtitles.



Is there a trick, distributor, database, where I am not looking?  Ideas are 
welcome.



thank you for your help,


lorraine
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