Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Movies with Library Circulation Public Performance and Digital Site License by Camerado:

The following titles by Camerado are available with library circulation / non-commercial public performance permissions - includes DSL (Digital Site License)



FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky - Historical SE Asian Vietnam War period drama

'FREEDOM DEAL: The Story of Lucky' is a historical dramatic movie set in 1970 Cambodia as the US-Vietnam conflict expands across the border during Nixon's 'Cambodia Incursion'.  While protests raged across the USA, US and Army of South Vietnam forces entered Cambodia to locate and destroy communist Vietnamese army sanctuaries.  Strikingly, this first-ever dramatization of a pivotal part of Western-Asian history is told from a local Asian point of view.


Get DVD with Library Circulation Noncommercial  Public Performance & DSL Here: http://www.amazon.com/FREEDOM-DEAL-Academic-NON-US-FORMAT/dp/B00I4DLKCM




BOOKWARS - Award Winning Feature Documentary

'Terrific'- LA Times  'Superb...Mesmermizing' - NY Film Critics Circle  'Hilarious' - The New Yorker

An indie classic from the streets of New York City, the Gotham Award-nominated BOOKWARS is: the gritty world of New York City street booksellers told in a remarkable story that chronicles their lives and loves and their unique perspectives on life.

With soundtrack by jazz legends Jack McDuff & Willis Jackson - 
See the Mayor and the NYPD try to shut them down!


See Trailer Here :  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MzhRG06vbGM

Get DVD with Library Circulation - Noncommercial Public Public Performance Rights & DSL Here: http://www.amazon.com/BOOKWARS-Urban-Literary-Documentary-Terrific/dp/B00263JIZC



LOST IN NEW MEXICO - Multicultural Feature Drama (Extrapolative Social Issue Fiction)


'Great Road Pic' - Angelika Entertainment
'Recommended for adventurous viewers' - Library Journal
'a unique and interesting take on the fluidity of technology versus the recurring commonality of the human condition.' - The Moving Arts Journal

SYNOPSIS: In a desert town somewhere in the Southwestern USA, a young woman seeks to bring her recently deceased daughter back to life - through the services of a maverick animal cloning expert, Dr. Kurt Morell. Accompanied by her illegal immigrant companion, Javier Appollinaire, Susan steals cash and heads cross country to rendezvous with the Doctor in order to begin the procedure...


Get DVD with Library Circulation Noncommercial  Public Performance & DSL Here: http://www.amazon.com/LOST-NEW-MEXICO-Recommended-non-commercial/dp/B000WCVIHA