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Wednesday, December 20, 2006

 

New Feature! Announcing "Projector Facts!"

As part of our growing audience-education initiative here at ThinkStream films, we are proud to announce a new feature of the Mr. Projector! video podcast: Projector Facts!

What are Projector Facts?
Projector Facts are on-screen scrolling factoids and trivia from the world of today that bridge the gap between the educational films of yesteryear and the twenty-first century! You might think of Projector Facts as a kind of "then and now" snapshot of anything and everything over the past fifty or so years!

Do you have your very own Projector Fact you would like to send us regarding one of our featured films? Be sure to submit it to us as a comment on this blog (or email us at thinkstream16mm@aol.com!)

Take a sneak peak of this exciting new feature in this short clip from the fourth and final installment of Mr. Projector! Episode 4, "À Votre Santé!"



Get the final installment in the Mr. Projector! "À Votre Santé" series:
Subscribe to the Mr. Projector! podcast through iTunes by clicking the iTunes button on the side bar (on the left). To download "À Votre Santé: Food for Paris Markets, Part 2" directly from this blog, Right-click Here (ctrl + click on a Mac), select "Save Target As," then choose a location on your hard drive to save the episode.

About the Film:

Originally distributed as one of the first films in United World Films' ethnology series, "The Earth and its Peoples" (produced from 1948-1957), "Food for Paris Markets" provides a fascinating glimpse of rural life in post-war northern France, driven by the economic needs of one of the world's greatest cities, Paris.

Missed one of the four episodes in the Mr. Projector! "À Votre Santé" series? Download all four right here:

  1. À Votre Santé, Part 1
  2. Food for Paris Markets, Part 1
  3. À Votre Santé, Conclusion
  4. Food for Paris Markets, Conclusion

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