Author Archives: Allen Robert

Newsletter #8: July 2012

Project Director Steve Alves gives updates on the fundraising status of the film and talks about the presentation of the rough-cut at CCMA in Philadelphia. Also included is audience feedback from the CCMA audience. Two clips are released from the rough cut shown at CCMA. The first is from the first 13-minutes in the work-in-progress film, and the second is the last eight minutes. Co-Producer Rob Hagelstein writes an article about what cooperation means to him. Finally, the Principal Sponsor map is updated with three new contributors.

Newsletter #8

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Newsletter #7: April 2012

Project Director Steve Alves gives updates on the editing process. Three new clips are released. Clip #1 is from the rough cut and examines the growth of food co-ops in the 1970s. Clip #2 features Seward Co-op General Manager Sean Doyle talking about issues facing food co-ops today. Clip #3 is about the new wave of co-op growth. Clips 1 & 2 are not from the rough cut but are a step in the editing process of ferreting out the salient topics for last part of the film. A map of all the principal sponsors is released, showing which co-ops are contributing the film in line with the funding plan. Finally, it is announced that Food For Change will be attending CCMA this year in Philadelphia.

Newsletter #7

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1940s Film

Here is Tomorrow

The cooperative movement’s first sound motion picture, Here is Tomorrow was released for distribution on January 1, 1942. It was produced by Documentary Film Productions, Inc., under the direction of Herbert Kerkow and Willard Van Dyke, for The Cooperative League of the U. S. A.

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