2012 NMM Daily Schedule

Sunday, September 30

  • 1 pm–5 pm Registration
  •  6 pm–7 pm Exhibitor Meeting
  •  7:30 pm–9:30 pm NMM Board Meeting

Monday, October 1

  • 7 am–7:30 am First Timers Orientation
  •  8 am–5 pm Registration
  •  8 am–9:30 am Opening Session—Recover, Restore, Respect: Reel Treasures in the Digital Age
  •  9:45 am–12 pm Market Mania. 
  •  12 pm–1 pm Lunch
  •  1 pm–5 pm Market Mania.
  •  5:30 pm–7 pm Welcome Reception

Tuesday, October 2

  • 8 am–12 pm Registration
  •  8 am–12 pm Screening in Exhibitors’ Suites
  •  12 pm–1:30 pm Lunch & Professional Development Session: Social Media Solutions For Promoting Your Library, Company, and Career
  •  1:30 pm–6 pm Screening in Exhibitors’ Suites

Wednesday, October 3

  • 8 am–12 pm Registration
  •  8 am–12 pm Screening in Exhibitors’ Suites
  •  12 pm–1:30 pm Lunch & Professional Development Session: Using New Media and Apps to Promote and Publicize Video Collections
  •  1:30 pm–5 pm Screening in Exhibitors’ Suites
  •  6:30 pm–8:30 pm CCUMC/NMM Networking Event “Quick Takes”
  •  8:30 pm–10:30 pm DJ and Karaoke

Thursday, October 4

  • 9 am–1 pm Screening in Exhibitors’ Suites
  •  1 pm–2 pm Closing Lunch and Best of Show Award
  •  2 pm–3 pm Buyers Meeting
  •  2 pm–3 pm Exhibitors Break Down

2012 Professional Development Sessions

Opening Session—“Recover, Restore, Respect: Reel Treasures in the Digital Age

Two practitioners in the world of documentary film present individual perspectives on issues, processes, and successes in the transition from 16mm film to digital formats.

 Dennis Doros

Dennis Doros

Where’s Shirley? 

Dennis Doros, Co-owner of Milestone Film & Video

Shirley Clarke’s Portrait of Jason premiered in 1967 as one of the first great films of gay cinema and one of the finest documentaries of postwar America. It was a cinema vérité portrait of one Jason Holliday — an African-American hustler, cabaret performer and standup comic. In one filmed interview that lasted the entire night Jason revealed with humor, tears and much drama, a life completely unseen by audiences before. When Clarke died in 1997, the film and its reputation languished while the original film materials disappeared. Film archivist Dennis Doros will tell the story of Milestone’s search for the original film materials to PORTRAIT OF JASON. Thousands of papers in the Shirley Clarke collection were pored over month by month. Hundreds of phone calls and emails to labs, archives and shady individuals followed up each lead — often coming up with dead ends and frustration. It took an early morning revelation based on a mathematical equation before the best material was finally discovered — reels that were mislabeled and disregarded for decades. And even then, difficulties will be faced and overcome during the restoration of this film, Shirley Clarke’s masterpiece.


Dennis Doros, co-owner of Milestone Film & Video (www.milestonefilms.com), started his professional career at Kino International where he was responsible for restoring two classic silent films starring Gloria Swanson: Raoul Walsh’s Sadie Thompson and Erich von Stroheim’s Queen Kelly. He left Kino in 1990 to start Milestone with his wife and partner, Amy Heller. For twenty years, Milestone has been devoted to discovering and distributing films of enduring artistry. With Milestone, Doros has restored many films including Merian C. Cooper and Ernest B. Schoedsack’s Chang, Orson Welles’ The Trial, Rolando Klein’s Chac: The Rain God, Gillo Pontecorvo’s La Grande Strada Azzura and Margot Benacerraf’s Araya. Milestone’s roster of discoveries include Mikhail Kalatozov’s I Am Cuba, Takeshi Kitano’s Hana-Bi, Hirokazu Kore-eda’s Maborosi, Charles Burnett’s Killer Of Sheep, Kent Mackenzie’s The Exiles, Lionel Rogosin’s On The Bowery and Shirley Clarke’s The Connection. Doros has supervised and produced over a hundred video releases as well as over fifty silent film scores ranging from solo pianist to full orchestra.

Doros is currently serving on the Board of Directors of the Association of Moving Image Archivists (www.amianet.org) and is the founder of the AMIA Press Office. He is also a consultant to Turner Classic Movies since 2005.

 Maureen Tripp

Maureen Tripp

Trash or Treasure? Best Practices on Preserving and De-accessioning 16mm films

Maureen Tripp, Coordinator of Media Resources at Emerson College

Once a staple of education and entertainment, academic and public library 16mm film collections are now a medium that the digital age seems eager to consign to the trash. Libraries, under pressure to use space wisely, lacking equipment to project film properly, unsure of how and whether films can be transferred to other formats for preservation purposes, and operating in a “everything is on DVD or the Internet” atmosphere, are under increasing pressure to discard them. But some librarians, film scholars, and collectors continue their commitment to these films, which typically include educational films, early and silent films, documentaries, animation, experimental and avant-garde shorts, and historically significant artifacts. They realize that these materials represent a historic mix of film topics, style, and genres not always available in digital formats. Their content is in danger of being—or has already been—lost. Contrary to popular belief, not “everything” was re-released in later formats.

So what to do? In this workshop we’ll discuss some of the options. What can you transfer, how can you do it, and how can your institution afford it? What do you want to keep, and how can you make it accessible? Does it make sense for you to donate your 16mm materials, and if so, to what repository?


Maureen Tripp is the Coordinator of Media Resources at Emerson College’s Iwasaki Library. She oversees the campus media collection of over 15,000 titles in various visual and audio formats, including, of course, 16mm film. Maureen has been a member of the American Library Association’s Video Roundtable since 2000, and is currently a Notable Video for Adults juror. She is a long-time attendee (and fan!) of the National Media Market.

 John Magneson

John Magneson

 Anthony Anderson

Anthony Anderson

Using New Media and Apps to Promote and Publicize Video Collections

Anthony Anderson, University of Southern California and John Magneson, Merced County Office of Education

Let’s face it—acquiring great content is only part of the story. What techniques are available to get the word out to promote video collections and services? This session will explore two examples of marketing and outreach. Join presenters John Magneson from Merced County Office of Education and Anthony Anderson from USC two presenters—one from a K-12 environment and one from a university—as they share their strategies using LibGuides to iOS Apps. This session will also provide an opportunity for you to share your best outreach tips so come prepared to share your successes!


John Magneson

  • High School English Teacher
  • Mentor Teacher
  • Teacher Librarian
  • Master’s in Education
  • Currently working at the Merced County Office of Education – Coordinator Media & Technology
  • California Technology Assistant Project—County Lead
  • California K12 High Speed Network Applications Coordinating Committee—Member
  • Developer of multimedia learning resources: Digital Math, Digital English, Roger Wilco Math Flight, MathQuiz and California Standards Alignment Guide
  • California County Educational Technology Consortium—Past President
  • Presenter at ACSA, CSLA, CUE, CCCUE, CVCUE, & California League of Middle Schools.

Anthony Anderson has been a librarian at the University of Southern California since 1985. Over the years he has served as a Slavic cataloger, a government documents librarian, and a general reference librarian. Presently he is the Assistant Director of Doheny Memorial Library. Among other responsibilities, Anthony is also the selector for British History, Holocaust Studies, and the Leavey Library DVD Collection. Although not a media librarian, Anthony somehow manages to order a seemingly inordinate amount of films for USC each year.

 Allen Chou

Allen Chou

Social Media Solutions For Promoting Your Library, Company and Career

Allen Chou

The use of social media is evolving. Organizations are incorporating Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Youtube, Foursqare, and more into their communication plans. Social media tools are important for creating 2-way conversations, and awareness of your department, resources and staff. When engaged correctly, social media marketing can help with organization goals, business functions, and even career development. In this professional development session, learn how to create a strategy to monitor what people are saying about you and develop a profile that makes you influential and authoritative in your industry.


Allen Chou is President of Passion River Films, a New Jersey based company that distributes documentaries, art house films, & special interest titles to theaters, VOD, home video, libraries & colleges. With a diverse catalog of films that have been official selections in major film festivals, along with producers and directors that have been nominated or won Academy Awards, Allen has placed titles into retail stores such as: Blockbuster, Hollywood Video, Movie Gallery, Borders, Barnes and Noble, Best Buy, & Walmart. In 2005, Allen established a distribution partnership with Netflix, resulting in over 200 titles released on their site. Allen also manages the internet marketing & digital delivery division, overseeing search engine strategies, social media marketing, & streaming video. Allen Chou received his BA in Film from the University Of Maryland, and also attended New York University. Follow him on Twitter @AllenChou

2012 NMM Program Guide

2012 Exhibiting Companies’ Bios

Alexander Street Press/Filmakers Library  (www.filmakers.com and alexanderstreet.com)

Filmakers Library has worked to give you high-quality, issue-based documentaries and independent films for 40+ years. Alexander Street has worked to give you powerfully searchable online collections for teaching and research. Together, we give you the best educational video content and the most flexible delivery options. Choose individual videos on DVD or online in streaming video; discipline-specific collections; or all of the video we offer—20,000 films by 2013. Visit the ASP/Filmakers Suite to learn more!

Ambrose Video Publishing  (www.ambrosevideo.com)

Our 25th year as a leading provider of educational video content targeted to the University marketplace. Our video streams can now be accessed via our dynamic bit rate switching system. Our streams are accessible by any mobile device, at no extra cost. License the BBC Shakespeare plays, with closed captions, and your students can watch on their iPhones.

Annenberg Learner  (www.learner.org)

Annenberg Learner, a part of The Annenberg Foundation begun in 1987, uses media and other technologies to advance excellence in learning and teaching. Annenberg Learner funds the production of educational multimedia resources for secondary and college students and professional development for K-12 teachers consisting of video programs with accompanying student and faculty guides, online textbooks, and interactive web components in the areas of art, science, mathematics, literature, English (including ESL), foreign languages, and social studies. All programming is closed captioned and audio described. Annenberg Learner video content are also distance learning courses that can be used online in any CMS. Digital licenses are available for our entire library.

BECON TV  (www.becon.tv)

The Broward Education Communications Network (becon), owned and operated by The School Board of Broward County, provides curriculum-based instructional programs, aligned to national standards, for school district, libraries, private & charter schools, educational organizations, and TV stations nationwide. Programming is developed with input and direction from curriculum specialists and includes demonstrations and real life applications to encourage student interaction and enhance the learning process. becon’s mission is to use broadcast television and the most current technologies to develop and deliver quality multi-media, instructional, educational and community programming to enhance student achievement and life-long learning.


Biology comes alive in the classroom, tutoring station, and student learning anytime, anywhere through the Biomedia Biology Library of 75 programs and 450+ core content clips for grades 5–14. Designed with the new techniques of digital microscopy, animation and photography, this multimedia biology collection reveals the structure, process, and behavior of living things. Licenses are tailored to your delivery needs from Streaming to Hosting to Broadcast to DVD and your term length of license.

Bullfrog Films  (www.bullfrogfilms.com)

Leading environmental and social justice publisher since 1973, with more than 700 titles in the areas of environmental and social sciences, women’s studies, environmental ethics, climate change, globalization, marine biology, Native American studies, anthropology, geography, political science, and human rights. Bullfrog also distributes films on the performing arts from Rhombus Media. Children’s programs include ALA notables and animated short films. DVDs include Public Performance Rights and a generous replacement warranty. Digital streaming rights are available.

CBC Learning  (www.cbclearning.ca)

CBC has been Canada’s national broadcaster for the past 75 years. CBC Learning not only brings access to CBC great, trusted content under one umbrella, but also builds on that content. In addition to new video and audio releases, we offer hundreds of free teacher resource guides and support materials to make CBC programs more effective in the classroom. We also provide access to many parts of the CBC website that have relevant classroom materials. Come and meet with us at NMM this year…

Chip Taylor Communications  (www.chiptaylor.com)

hip Taylor Communications has been a producer, distributor and media broker since 1985. CTC offers media buyers a wealth of programming choices with over 4000 exclusive titles. Affordable Public Performance, Streaming and Broadcast rights are available for all programs.

Choices, Inc.  (www.choicesvideo.net)

Choices, Inc. is a specialty distributor of quality documentaries, educational programming, and independent feature films targeted to schools, colleges and libraries. Our award-winning documentaries are produced by filmmakers from around the word on topics tailored for the educational marketplace. Guidebooks and lesson plans for our programs are available for download on our website.

CollegeAnywhere  (www.collegeanywhere.org)

CollegeAnywhere provides tools and outstanding media content to higher education institutions to enhance their teaching and learning. Content from outstanding producers including Annenberg Learner, PBS and Governors State University is supplied through our cloud-based technology for content management, video bookmarking and upload and delivery of institutional and faculty created media. CollegeAnywhere’s content can be LMS-independent, with our Blackboard Building Block now available and integration with other LMS systems in development.

Davidson Films, Inc.  (www.davidsonfilms.com)

Davidson Films is an internationally acclaimed producer of educational media for university, college, and medical markets. Davidson Films has remained on the leading edge of film technology and technique for over fifty years; from 16mm film productions to the most current digital video formats, now closed-captioned and available through digital licensing. Produced for courses in psychology, neuroscience, and education, each film is a minor work of art, based on thorough research, and attention to detail.

The Described and Captioned Media Program  (www.dcmp.org/)

The Described and Captioned Media Program http://www.dcmp.org/ (DCMP) has the mission to promote and provide equal access to communication and learning for students who are blind, visually impaired, deaf, hard of hearing, or deaf-blind. Services include (1) a library of free-loan described and captioned educational media, (2) a clearinghouse of information related to educational media access, (3) a gateway to internet resources related to accessibility, and (4) a center for training and evaluation of description and captioning service providers. The DCMP is funded by the U.S. Department of Education and administered by the National Association of the Deaf.

Drew Associates  (http://www.drewassociates.net)

Drew Associates, led by Robert Drew, is the founder of American cinéma vérité, a form of journalism and history in which the camera moves freely, capturing stories as they unfold. His films on John F. Kennedy were a breakthrough in filmmaking and have been named to the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress. Now, after producing some sixty prize-winning films, Drew Associates is offering a set of ten groundbreaking Masterworks to libraries, universities and film schools and making available Robert Drew’s book on candid filmmaking.

Film Ideas, Inc.  (www.filmideas.com)

Film Ideas, Inc. has been producing and distributing award-winning curriculum, documentary and general interest programs for K-16 education, library and instructional television markets since 1979. Topics support all ages and interests. Programs are closed captioned and available in video, chaptered DVDs and all digital delivery and television formats. And now we offer a Financial Literacy Streaming Service. Film Ideas is “Education through Visualization.” To learn more and view online previews, visit our website: www.filmideas.com.

Films Media Group  (www.films.com)

Films Media Group publishes over 12,000 educational video titles for grades 7-12 through college via our imprints: Films for the Humanities & Sciences, Cambridge Educational, Meridian Education, and Shopware. Our web-based video streaming service, Films-On-Demand, provides unlimited 24/7 access to 8,000+ digital titles, ready to be shared through online catalogs, distance education courses, and learning management systems. Digital rights are available for local hosting. Comprehensive curriculum-focused collections are now offered on a subscription basis.

First Run Features  (www.firstrunfeatures.com)

First Run Features was founded in 1979 by a group of filmmakers to advance the distribution of independent film. Under the leadership of the late independent film pioneer, Fran Spielman, First Run Features quickly gained a reputation for its controversial catalog of daring independent fiction and non-fiction films. First Run remains one of the largest independent theatrical and home video distributors in the United States, releasing around 12 films a year in theaters nationwide and about 40 DVDs annually.

Getting To Know  (www.gettingtoknow.com)

Getting to Know, Inc. is the exclusive producer and distributor of the ALA award winning series “Getting to Know the World’s Greatest Artists” created by Mike Venezia (K-8) and “Elements of Art” (K-4). Current titles include: MONET, VAN GOGH, REMBRANDT, DA VINCI, MICHELANGELO, COLOR, LINE, SHAPE, FORM.

Green Planet Films  (www.greenplanetfilms.org)

Green Planet Films is a nonprofit distributor of nature and environmental films from around the globe. We promote environmental education through film. Since 2004 we have grown our catalog to over 250 titles with topics such as green building, urban sprawl, food, garbage/recycling, animals/endangered species, deforestation, ecosystem restoration, indigenous people, climate change and many more. Through our website we provide a channel that connects these films to schools, libraries, organizations, businesses, government agencies, and individuals worldwide. Our streaming site is scheduled to launch in the Fall of 2010.

Human Relations Media  (www.hrmvideo.com)

Human Relations Media is one of the leading K-12 publishers of supplemental educational products in the United States specializing in video-based programs in a variety of subject areas including Health, Drug Education, Career Education, Science, Math and Language Arts.

The company was founded in 1976 by its current CEO, Anson Schloat. A typical HRM product is a 25 minute video accompanied by a teacher’s resource book that includes a summary of the program, learning objectives, student activities and handouts, fact sheets and other student materials that add depth to the learning experience.

HRM also publishes several comprehensive video based curriculums called Curriculums in a Box that include several videos and hundreds of pages of activities.We also publish DVDs, workbooks, CD-ROMS and folding displays. Over the years Human Relations Media has achieved an outstanding record of developing the highest quality products available in the education market.

Icarus Films  (www.icarusfilms.com)

Icarus Films is a leading distributor of documentary and art films in North America, with a library of almost 900 titles and releasing approximately 50 new films each year. Our collection, mostly independent productions, features innovative and provocative films about our changing world. In 2009 we acquired the Fanlight Production Collection—educational media with a special focus on health care, mental health, aging, disabilities, and related issues.

intelecom  (www.intelecom.org)

intelecom is a non-profit producer of video content for distance learning and classroom instruction. We offer more than 300 curriculum-based DVDs in core subjects including History, Government, Health, Physics, Psychology and more. Broadcast and digital rights available. Also from intelecom…the intelecom Online Resources Network is a fully-hosted video learning object repository for today’s fast-growing online learning programs. More than 3,000 embeddable video clips streamed on demand, with new content added on a regular basis.

Kino Lorber Education  (www.kinolorbereducation.com)

Kino Lorber Edu brings together the libraries of Kino International, Lorber Films and Alive Mind Education. We specialize in offering the best films available in Social Justice and Human Rights, Film Studies, Asian Studies, Literature and Theater, Science and Philosophy, Religion and Spirituality.

Our films are available with Public Performance Rights, Digital Site Licenses, and for Exhibition.

Landmark Media  (www.landmarkmedia.com)

Welcome to our website. Landmark Media is an independent family-owned company currently celebrating our 28th anniversary. We have been fortunate to be able to offer the finest quality educational DVDs available.

Joan and Michael Hartogs, the owners of Landmark, and their sons Richard and Peter personally handpick every program in our catalogue. Their dedication has paid off, as we have become one of the leaders in the educational DVD distribution industry. We proudly invite you to browse our website and hopefully you will find what you are looking for. If you are new to Landmark Media, you will be impressed by our quick handling of all orders/sales and previews and pleased with our courteous customer service department which will be happy to answer any inquiries you may have.

Learning core  (www.learningcore.net)

Learning core isn’t just a business in education, we’re an active part of our educational community. Our services include: digital video encoding, content storage and hosting, DVD authoring, chapter and clip file creation, digital file management, closed captioning and digital media project consultation.

This year we’re proud to partner with Paradise Filmworks on their worldwide distribution. Visit us in suite #312 for more details.

Master Communications, Inc.  (www.master-comm.com)

Master Communications distributes DVD and programs that support curriculum—Social Studies, Reading, ELL/ESL, and foreign language instruction from pre-school, K-12 to professional development. Notable video includes Families of the World SeriesWorlds TogetherSing and LearnGlobal Business Culture and My Brown Eyes. Our product line includes over 200 public performance DVDs, broadcasting and digital rights. Visit our YouTube channel to view some of the screeners at www.youtube.com/mastercommunications.

Media Education Foundation  (www.mediaed.org)

The Media Education Foundation produces and distributes documentary films and other educational resources to inspire critical reflection on the social, political, and cultural impact of American mass media. We offer resources designed to help spark discussion about some of the most pressing and complicated issues of our time. MEF’s aim is to inspire students to think critically and in new ways about the hyper-mediated world around them.

Moving Images Distribution  (www.movingimages.ca)

Moving Images Distribution has been distributing innovative and award-winning works for use in high schools, colleges, universities and public libraries since 1979. We offer thoughtful documentaries for use in women’s studies, Native American studies, Asian studies, social sciences, social work, English literature and language arts, cultural studies, art and architecture, as well as animation and avant-garde works for cinema studies. Programs are available on DVD or VHS with licenses for duplication, digital delivery, and broadcast negotiable.

The National Film Board of Canada  (www.nfb.ca)

With its groundbreaking point-of-view documentaries and creative animated films, the National Film Board of Canada has earned world-wide acclaim and won more than 4,000 awards in countless film festivals and competitions—including 12 Academy Awards and 4 Palmes d’Or at Cannes. Our vast collection (over 10,000 films) of films include titles in the areas of social justice, human rights, cultural anthropology, international issues, globalization, psychology, Native American studies and women’s studies.

New Day Films  (www.newday.com)

Illuminate, challenge, inspire! Now in its 40th year, the legendary New Day Films is a unique distribution cooperative run by the filmmakers themselves. Specializing in social-issue documentaries, New Day Films have for decades been frequently seen on such television venues as HBO and POV. Our collection includes Academy Award-winners and nominees (one in 2010), and our groundbreaking online streaming service, New Day Digital (newdaydigital.com) offers over 160 films through institutional and individual licensing options.

New Dimension Media  (www.ndmquestar.com)

Founded in 1978, New Dimension Media is the premier producer and distributor of original core curriculum media content created for K-12 classrooms. NDM programs have won over 100 of the industry’s most prestigious honors, including the CINE Golden Eagle and the Golden Apple. We distribute media content in partnership with such distinguished producers as the National Science Foundation, Reader’s Digest, A&E, Discovery Channel, Connect with Kids, and Marathon (France).

Page Turner Adventures  (www.pageturneradventures.com)

The Emmy Award winning producers at Page Turner Adventures create live-action, educational videos that are milk-through-the-nose funny! They make educational topics FUN for K-6 students. It’s been said that their iParenting Media Award Winning Series, This is ONLY a Test! “Makes everything about testing meaningful to kids.” Their creative literacy series relates crafts and activities to fantastic children’s books. Page Turner Adventures has recently partnered with the International Reading Association as online content producers.

Passion River Films  (www.PassionRiver.com)

Since 1998, Passion River Films has been devoted to acquiring, distributing and representing unique independent films and documentaries. Their award winning and festival favorite features have made their home on shelves of various notable film libraries and institutions. Their deep catalog represents films on nearly every topic including Multicultural Studies, Women’s Studies, Medical Studies and Advances, Religious and Spiritual studies, Environmentalism, Aging, Drug Addiction, Gay/Lesbian/Transgender, etc. Passion River also books films and lecturers for public performances and speaking events on college campuses across the country.

PBS Educational Media  (shopPBS.org/teachershop)

Create a 21st century library with PBS Educational Media! Students Pre-K through post-doctoral will find our catalog of thought-provoking and engaging titles an excellent way to challenge assumptions and open their minds to a new world of learning. Content now available in digital format to meet your classroom needs! Stop by today to learn about our newest resource: PBS Learning Media—a robust content library of 14,000+ digital assets designed and aligned to core standards for classroom and student achievement.

ro*co films  (www.rocoeducational.com or www.rocofilms.com)

A leader in the documentary distribution world, ro*co films understands that a compelling real-life story can educate, entertain, and engage diverse audiences around emotionally gripping, universally important themes.

ro*co films educational advocates for documentary film as an educational tool and brings these stories into classrooms, libraries, non-profit organizations, and all other instructional environments throughout the country. The films represented by ro*co educational are inspiring, challenging, and entertaining—connecting us to human experiences well beyond the boundaries of our own.

SCCtv/IRIS Education  (www.scctv.net or www.iriseducation.org)

Digital delivery and streaming of educational media is our specialty. As part of the State of Washington’s higher education system, SCCtv and IRIS Education are experts in meeting the challenges and varying needs in education media technology. And our partnerships with the country’s leading content producers and distributors mean we have a large reach and robust, reliable infrastructure. From digitization of hard copy materials and close captioning to hosting, storing, streaming, and front-end web delivery, we can work with you to build custom solutions which will meet the needs of students and educators.

SISU Home Entertainment, Inc.  (www.sisuent.com)

SISU Home Entertainment is celebrating its 23rd anniversary. It is a leader in providing quality programs on Jewish life & holidays, Israeli movies, Biblical, Holocaust and children’s programs to schools, libraries and individuals. Our DVD library includes over 250 award winning and critically acclaimed DVDs such as “I’m Still Here” (MTV production on the Holocaust), “Great Figures of the Bible with Eli Wiesel,” “Shalom Sesame” (The Jewish version of Sesame Street), and “On Second Avenue.”

Swank Motion Pictures (www.swank.com/digitalcampus/)

Digital Campus by Swank Motion Pictures is the latest technology available to legally distribute copyright compliant films to students for educational purposes. Digital Campus provides students legal access to digital movies as an alternative to sharing copies of DVDs, providing a flexible and custom solution to fit your campus’s needs. Swank Motion Pictures has the largest and most exclusive repository of digital film content available with over 17,000 films to choose from.

Tek Data Systems Company  (www.tekdata.com)

Tek Data is more than just software for Resource Booking and Cataloging. We provide solutions for StreamingSearching and Data Management, all of which feature Single Sign On and are easily integrated with other products and systems.

This year we are featuring:

  • SNAP for searching locally and across the web simultaneously
  • TOMMS for streaming and management of all digital content
  • Moodle Portal for integration with Tek Data’s products

In addition, we’re highlighting SRU, a web based solution designed to Lookup, Retrieve and Import MARC Records.

VEA Inc. (Video Education America)  (www.veavideo.com)

“Bringing Learning to Life.”

With over 30 years experience and ongoing educational research, VEA produces 100 quality educational programs annually for a wide range of subjects and ages. Teacher notes are produced for each program by an expert consultant who also ensures accuracy and relevancy.

Chapterized menus means VEA programs are adaptable to different teaching and learning styles. Students remain engaged with VEA’s high production values. Visit Sandy in room 310 and see for yourself!

The Video Project  (www.videoproject.com)

Our mission at the Video Project is to provide the very best in educational media and documentary programming on critical global and social issues, science and health to colleges, schools, libraries, businesses, religious groups, government agencies and non-governmental organizations worldwide.

Weston Woods/Scholastic  (www.scholastic.com/westonwoods)

WestonWoods is the world’s largest producer of audiovisual adaptations of classic children’s picture books. Our adaptations are faithful reflections of the books on which they are based, designed to motivate children to want to read. Our product lines include over 350 public performance DVD picture book adaptations, American Sign Language DVD series, author documentaries, history/social studies and foreign language bilingual DVD collections.

WPA Film Library  (www.wpafilmlibrary.com)

Key events and iconic moments maintain inherent historical significance. Come to the WPA Film Library for high-quality footage from over 100 collections covering high-quality historic and newsreel footage, crisp contemporary shots, campy home movies, classic Americana images, crisp underwater footage, and much more, all at very competitive rates. Highlights include the entire British Pathe Newsreel Library, the WETA Public Television Archives, and much more content equally suited for commercial productions and educational companies.

Zeitgeist Films  (www.zeitgeistfilms.com)

Zeitgeist Films is a New York-based distribution that specializes in distributing quality foreign, independent feature films and documentaries to American screens since 1988. Zeitgeist is renowned for their ground-breaking documentaries which include The CorporationTrouble the WaterLast Train HomeMy Country, My CountryBallets RussesManufactured LandscapesInto Great SilenceThe Gleaners and IDerridaUp the Yangtze and Bill Cunningham New York.