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Can you get these movies at GreenCine?
Topic by: AHurley
Posted: June 22, 2004 - 7:50 PM PDT
Last Reply: June 23, 2004 - 1:49 PM PDT

author topic: Can you get these movies at GreenCine?
AHurley
post #1  on June 22, 2004 - 7:50 PM PDT  
COME AND TAKE IT DAY
Jim Mendiola, 2001
(US)

GO
Isao Yukisada, 2001
(Japan/Korea)

The REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED

The documentary MOVE (narrated by Howard Zinn)

Any documentaries about the Young Lords, Black Panthers, I am Joaquim (the Corky Gonzalez documentary), and other revolutionary people of color stuff would be great!
underdog
post #2  on June 23, 2004 - 12:07 PM PDT  
Howdy,

It's best in general to email our dvdrequest folks to query them about a film's availability on DVD or request for our catalogue. But here's the scoop on the ones you've listed out here:

> On June 22, 2004 - 7:50 PM PDT AHurley wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> COME AND TAKE IT DAY
> Jim Mendiola, 2001
> (US)

Doesn't seem to be a DVD available for this one at the moment, even though the IMDB lists it as having one. Searching around, it looks either out of print or not yet available. If you find it somewhere do let us know and we'll add it to our catalogue.
>

> GO
> Isao Yukisada, 2001
> (Japan/Korea)

Go is not out on DVD, either -- there was a DVD version floating around, now out of print I believe, but it was an Asian import that didn't even have English subtitles. We'll keep looking around, though.
>
> The REVOLUTION WILL NOT BE TELEVISED

I assume you mean this one? It's not out on DVD, alas.

>
> The documentary MOVE (narrated by Howard Zinn)
>

Don't know this one and can't find info about it. I know who Howard Zinn is (and recommend seeing the new doc The Corporation if you haven't already; he's in it)... but can't find anything about this. Send a link to us if you have one.

> Any documentaries about the Young Lords, Black Panthers, I am Joaquim (the Corky Gonzalez documentary), and other revolutionary people of color stuff would be great!
> ---------------------------------

There's some great Black Panthers footage on the Berkeley in the Sixties DVD, and I think even a bit more on the bonus materials section. Then there's also this (fairly bad) Mario Van Peebles film, Panther, which we don't have in stock and maybe it's just as well.

But I hope this gets you started... and helps. Do keep in mind when searching that as many films on DVD as there now are, there are just as many or more that are not yet on DVD. If it's not in our catalogue at all, even as a "request" title, the odds are it's not on DVD or very hard to find in the US. (But not always - so do email us when you are wondering about something.)


Cheers,
Craig of GreenCine
AHurley
post #3  on June 23, 2004 - 12:46 PM PDT  
Thanks, Craig! You're a peach, and I love GreenCine. Yes, that is the Rev. Will Not be Televised that I was talking about (sooooo good), and thanks for all the tips and info. Here's the MOVE documentary info: http://www.movefilm.com/ Maybe they can hook GreenCine up with a special copy? I'll keep my ears open for copies of the others, but my guess is that you all would be the first to know. Thanks again!
sinisterguffaw
post #4  on June 23, 2004 - 1:03 PM PDT  
The revolution... etc, was playing here in SLC a couple months ago. I'm sure a DVD release is probably forthcoming.
underdog
post #5  on June 23, 2004 - 1:49 PM PDT  
> On June 23, 2004 - 12:46 PM PDT AHurley wrote:
> ---------------------------------
> Thanks, Craig! You're a peach, and I love GreenCine. Yes, that is the Rev. Will Not be Televised that I was talking about (sooooo good), and thanks for all the tips and info. Here's the MOVE documentary info: http://www.movefilm.com/ Maybe they can hook GreenCine up with a special copy? I'll keep my ears open for copies of the others, but my guess is that you all would be the first to know. Thanks again!
> ---------------------------------

No problemo! MOVE looks very interesting. Also looks like they're still making the festival circuit rounds so it may be awhile before they shift gears to home video. But we'll keep our eyes peeled! (You can try to host a screening, according to their web site. ;-) )

And as Sinny G surmised, I'm guessing the Revolution doc will make it to DVD within the next year anyway...

C

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