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Reserve a room: You can contact the Course Scheduling office or the Event Scheduling office to reserve an appropriate room. Contact the Reserve Office to place films on reserve for your course. Once you have confirmation of the room reservation email helpdesk@middlebury.edu or call the Helpdesk x2200 a minimum of 2 business days prior to the screening, with the following information:
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*Date, Time and Location
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*Title of the film (if known)
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*Source of the film. (if known) Does the library own it? Is it your personal copy? Does it need to be ordered or rented?
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*Format of the film (DVD Region 2, VHS PAL, Laserdisc, etc.)
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*Course # that this screening is for
  
Reserve a room:  You can contact the Course Scheduling office or the Event Scheduling office to reserve an appropriate room.
 
Contact the Reserve Office to place films on reserve for your course. 
 
Once you have confirmation of the room reservation email helpdesk@middlebury.edu or call the Helpdesk x2200 a minimum of 2 business days prior to the screening, with the following information:
 
* Date, Time and Location
 
* Title of the film (if known)
 
* Source of the film.  (if known)  Does the library own it?  Is it your personal copy?  Does it need to be ordered or rented?
 
* Format of the film (DVD Region 2, VHS PAL, Laserdisc, etc.)
 
* Course # that this screening is for
 
 
Screenings should not be considered "confirmed" until a confirmation is received from an LIS staff member.  
 
Screenings should not be considered "confirmed" until a confirmation is received from an LIS staff member.  
  
*Note* Student groups wishing to show a film must work with the CCAL office to purchase the public performance rights to the film.
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*Note* Student groups wishing to show a film must work with the CCAL office to purchase the public performance rights to the film.
  
Helpdesk Staff: See Helpdesk Internal Notes [http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/hi/Film_Screenings]
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Helpdesk Staff: See Helpdesk Internal Notes on [http://mediawiki.middlebury.edu/wiki/hi/Film_Screenings Film_Screenings]  
  
 
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Revision as of 08:45, 9 January 2009

There are a few steps to plan a film screening.

Reserve a room: You can contact the Course Scheduling office or the Event Scheduling office to reserve an appropriate room. Contact the Reserve Office to place films on reserve for your course. Once you have confirmation of the room reservation email helpdesk@middlebury.edu or call the Helpdesk x2200 a minimum of 2 business days prior to the screening, with the following information:

  • Date, Time and Location
  • Title of the film (if known)
  • Source of the film. (if known) Does the library own it? Is it your personal copy? Does it need to be ordered or rented?
  • Format of the film (DVD Region 2, VHS PAL, Laserdisc, etc.)
  • Course # that this screening is for

Screenings should not be considered "confirmed" until a confirmation is received from an LIS staff member.

  • Note* Student groups wishing to show a film must work with the CCAL office to purchase the public performance rights to the film.

Helpdesk Staff: See Helpdesk Internal Notes on Film_Screenings

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