|Message||This is great! I really look forward to seeing the finished work. I hope you'll at least make a brief mention of the education a librarian goes through (What? You need a Masters Degree to do this?!) Also, if you haven't had a chance, you should stop by the Central Library (downtown Los Angeles), which is a major player in the revitalization of the area.|
|Message||It is about time we got a librarian movie that is true to form!!! |
It makes me even more proud to have entered this field as one of the next generation librarians.
|Message||Ann, I am proud of you! I didn't know this would be so great. If you know of anyone who needs an artist for their film, let me know! email@example.com (608)271-8666|
|Message||FELICITACIONES, muy buen sitio, con muy buen contenido, voy a recomendar este sitio a gente amiga y gente interesada en estos temas!! WELL DONDE!!!|
|Message||The Pennsylvania State Library was proposed for the filming of Lorenzo's Oil. I had an opportunity to view the script and discuss whether or not to offer the main reading room for the film. It would have required the removal of all the computers. The script had a reference librarian who was, to say the least, overly friendly and dominating to the point of taking over the research. Lorenzo's Oil was filmed in Pittsburgh, not the Pennsylvania State Library. The portrayal of the reference librarian was cleaned up and made professional. Still the film needs to be carefully examined for sterotypes of an older version of good library service. Thanks, Sara|
|Message||I know a wonderful librarian. She is my niece. I know there are many librarians who are very creative and talented like she is. I look forward to seeing them display their artistic talents on screen. Good luck to all.|
|Message||I thought the presentation that Ann did at IUG is this was wonderful. What energy she has! How enthusiastic! What great clips she had to show us! If I hadn't already become a librarian...I would want to be!! lol I wholeheartedly support her efforts to bring our stories to the silver screen. gde|
|Message||I have been lurking in the Yahoo! Librarians_in_ the_Movies group for a while, but today I have taken action, and emailed the Tennessee State Librarian, Dr. Edwin Gleaves, asking him to use his presence at the ALA conference on June 24 to support Ms. Seidl's film. I am a high school librarian (or Media Specialist, as we are sometimes called, but no one outside of librarianship knows what that means), and am so grateful for this project in light of the number of times I am asked, upon stating my profession, Did you have to go to school for that? I wish I were kidding. Thanks, Ann, for your hard work in promoting a misunderstood--and sometimes downright maligned--profession.|
|Message||At last. I have ordered my t-shirt and will wear it proudly. I retired last year after 28 years as an elementary school librarian. At my last school, my assistant, a librarian wannabe and I built a photo wall (out of sight of the children) with pictures of every man we found attractive. As the days and year stretched on, we found it increasingly necessary to take time to stand and stare at the wall. As I took my 20 minute lunch break at 10:10 daily, I looked directly at a beautiful Russell Crowe. |
As part of my professional development, I decided to bring a liveliness and irreverence to the library profession that the typical stereotype sorely lacked. This may be the only goal I consistently achieved.
Thanks for this movie. I await it eagerly.
|Message||I found this in a blog. I'm a community college librarian and it has been an interest of mine for a long time. Thnaks for putting this together.|
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