If interested in screening or purchasing a film, first contact Gravity Hill via: [email protected]
If you don’t hear back promptly, contact the appropriate distributor listed below. Thank you.
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GRASSHOPPER FILM www.grasshopperfilm.com
[email protected] (646) 586 – 3060
COUNTING and MUSEUM HOURS:
THE CINEMA GUILD www.cinemaguild.com
[email protected] (212) 685-6242.
DVDs and Blu-rays are available! //store.cinemaguild.com/homevideo/sfnt.html
WORLD SALES for MUSEUM HOURS – MPM Film
17 Rue Julien Lacroix | 75020 Paris | France
T +33 1 58 53 57 12 | M +33 6 62 08 81 79
also: [email protected]
MUSEUM HOURS FOREIGN FESTIVAL REQUESTS:
VIDEO DATA BANK www.vdb.org
has most of Jem’s other works, including CHAIN. They deal primarily with institutional venues that wish to rent or buy work for classrooms, libraries, festivals, and other public exhibition. They will also sell some titles to individuals (for home use only).
[email protected] Tel: 312.345.3550, 800 634-8544
In Europe most of the short films and CHAIN are also distributed, for institutional use only, by:
(INSTRUMENT comes with accompanying 16 page booklet, 2 extra short films: GLUE MAN, and LITTLE FLAGS, and 3 extra live Fugazi performances. For public screenings, contact Dischord, VDB, or LUX. BENJAMIN SMOKE dvd has 45 minutes of extra material, including: CAT POWER LIVE: FROM FUR CITY (2002, 16mm, 4:30) THE FOXX AND LITTLE VIC – Vic Chesnutt with T.Griffin and Catherine McRae (2001, 16mm, 6:30) GEORGIA THIEF – Smoke at the Clermont Lounge, Atlanta (2002, Super 8, 5:15 min.)
In Europe, for BUILDING A BROKEN MOUSETRAP go to the Ex website shop:
//www.theex.nl/shop.htm It is listed under ‘Various.’
EMPIRES OF TIN, as well as the Vic Chesnutt record, NORTH STAR DESERTER, produced by Jem Cohen, are available through Constellation Records: //www.cstrecords.com/mail_order/releases
INSTRUMENT and BENJAMIN SMOKE now available on dvd in France:
A Note re unauthorized posting of Jem’s films on Youtube, bit-torrent sites, etc. While we can understand why people would view and post films on the internet that are otherwise unavailable, unofficial internet versions are often low quality, poorly excerpted, in the wrong formats, marred by ads, and creating profits only for major corporations, etc.
PLEASE DO NOT POST WORK ON THE INTERNET WITHOUT OUR PERMISSION. In the case of readily available films, please support an independent filmmaker and his independent distributors by buying or renting the films. It will look much better, and will help Jem and these organizations keep doing their work. Please be thoughtful and considerate!
A note re FORMATS: although many of Jem’s films were shot on film they are, with rare exception, distributed via video tape, digital file, dvd, blu-ray, or DCP.