KING: A FILMED RECORD; MONTGOMERY TO MEMPHIS (180 min) is available with Public Performance Rights (PPR) and Digital Site License (DSL):
DVD with PPR: $349.00 - PURCHASE
DVD with DSL: $499.00 - PURCHASE
DVD with PPR & DSL: $599 - PURCHASE
To purchase the DVD without PPR, click here.
Streaming to Your Campus
If you would like to offer your campus streaming, we are offering a one-semester VOD subscription that is hosted by Kino Lorber Edu for $200. The license expires June 30th, 2014. We will send you a link and a ticket number to access the digital file, which will play on iPad, Mac or PC. To learn more, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS allow educational and non profit groups to exhibit our films to groups of 100 or fewer individuals where admission is not charged. The term of the public performance license is for the life of the DVD. However, if you intend to charge admission, expect an audience over 100, or publicly advertise the screening, then we ask that you contact us regarding an exhibition fee. Films purchased without Public Performance Rights are restricted for individual viewing or face-to-face teaching in the classroom only.
DIGITAL SITE LICENSE allows colleges, universities or libraries to encode, locally host and stream to their community on a closed system for the life of the digital file.
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LEGACY OF A DREAM
In 2012, Kino Lorber, Inc in partnership with The Library of Congress and the cooperation of the Museum of Modern Art and Richard Kaplan Productions, restored and remastered the original 35 mm print of KING: A FILMED RECORD; FROM MONTGOMERY TO MEMPHIS. Kino Lorber is currently preparing a nation-wide commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington and King's "I Have A Dream" speech. It will kick-off with a screening of the film at Film Forum on August 28th, 2013 and will play in 20 other cities across the country.
Along with a restored version of KING: A FILMED RECORD, Kino Lorber is also launching an educational outreach campaign to provide the 24 minute educational film, LEGACY OF A DREAM, for free to every middle and secondary school in America. From the dedicated website, www.legacyofadream.com, teachers and students may stream, download or request a DVD without charge. A teachers guide is also available for free download or as a hardcopy. Kino Lorber's goal is to introduce future American citizens to King's vision and the concept of the right to protest for right. All funds received will be used to distribute this unique educational resource for free. LEGACY OF A DREAM uses selected footage from KING: A FILMED RECORD to present a much shorter account of Dr. King's non-violent campaign for civil rights and social justice. It was produced primarily for use in schools and has a narration by James Earl Jones. It comes with a study guide and provides an excellent overview of the struggle for civil rights. It can also be shown whenever time does not allow for use of the three hour film.
To support this distribution, Kino Lorber is launching an IndieGoGo campaign asking for $75,000 to cover basic costs of manufacturing, replicating, packaging and shipping. In addition, we are soliciting foundations and non profits for support. Individuals may contribute to the campaign at www.indiegogo.com.
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