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A suggestion from the Library Media Project:
|Recycle a ring binder,
or buy a new one, and get a few clear plastic sleeves. Then print
out each essay from the DVDs you are acquiring for your library and
put them in the clear sleeves. It's
actually a very easy and inexpensive notebook to create and will be
a useful reference and educational tool for your patrons, so keep it
near the library's DVD collection.
We suggest that you read Roger Ebert's two introductory essays on the "Great Movies" to begin with, then print them and add them to your Cinema Classics Notebook. Just remember that copies for this notebook fall within copyright laws and may not be further republished without permission of the rights holders.
essay written in September 1996
"Great Movies -
The First 100" essay written
in May 2000
You may also want to purchase Roger Ebert's "The Great Movies" which has recently been published and is now available through our website. Order a copy for your library at a SPECIAL DISCOUNTED PRICE.
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