Historic photos of the Arcade & Attica

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Historic photos of the Arcade & Attica

Postby ep5tv » Mon Apr 23, 2012 2:09 pm

We're a small not-for-profit independent producer of educational programming for public television, currently completing a one-hour documentary on the Arcade & Attica. We still need archival/historic photographs of the A & A, preferably with background information, such as precise date and location, the identities of those shown, and the circumstances depicted in the photo.

There is no money available for licensing such photographs, but screen credit will certainly be given.

Can you help us? If so, we would love to hear from you. Thanks.
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Re: Historic photos of the Arcade & Attica

Postby Benjamin Maggi » Wed Apr 25, 2012 8:53 am

Would it be possible to purchase a copy of the program after it has aired?
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Re: Historic photos of the Arcade & Attica

Postby ep5tv » Wed Apr 25, 2012 9:13 am

We plan to make DVDs available at a very low price. Alternatively, it may be a downloadable video at no cost. This runs counter to the policy at PBS (which stands for "Please Buy our Stuff"), where such merchandise is high-priced, with the network getting a cut of the proceeds.

Anyone contributing usable historic photographs would, of course, get an autographed DVD at no charge.

Predictions are risky, but we're hoping to have the documentary ready by this autumn. We hope...
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