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PostSubject: DVD EVERYMAN   Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:46 pm

Info de la SAES:

A new DVD of "The Summoning of Everyman," a cinematic adaptation of the
medieval morality play, is available for immediate purchase. This
version is faithful to the original text, staged in period costume, and
period music was arranged and composed for the movie. Director Douglas
Morse made the movie specifically for classroom use.

The visually striking movie was shot in high definition video and runs
approximately 50 minutes. A preview can be seen at www.everymanmovie.com
<http://www.everymanmovie.com/>
Orders are accepted in the French market via www.PayPal.com
<http://www.paypal.com/> to Douglas Morse, <morsed@newschool.edu>
In the United States, the movie is
available exclusively from Films for the Humanities & Sciences. DVDs are
All Region Playable and suitable for All Audiences. Please e-mail with
any queries.

Pricing in Euros is as follows

Individual Use 14.95 EUR
Classroom Use 29.95 EUR
Library License 59.95 EUR

Please add 4.95 EUR per DVD for international shipping


"This is the most impressive film I have seen of a pre-Shakespearean
drama in English. The cast, performances, cinematography, and locations
are superb. The Summoning of Everyman is a gift to the serious student
of drama, and a must-see for anyone interested the early modern theatre.
Even after five centuries, Everyman's struggle to accept the fact of his
own death remains uncanny in its power to move us."
Douglas Bruster
Professor of English, The University of Texas at Austin
co-editor, with Eric Rasmussen, of "Mankind" and "Everyman" for the
Arden Early Modern Drama series
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PostSubject: Re: DVD EVERYMAN   Mon Sep 15, 2008 1:49 pm

AAArgh, j'ai oublié de transformer @ en @@@@@@@@! Comment fait-on pour corriger?
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PostSubject: Re: DVD EVERYMAN   Mon Sep 15, 2008 2:00 pm

source: SAES
Colleagues teaching Everyman this year may be interested to know that
the Medieval Drama Group at the University of Dundee has a video of
their production of the play.
See
http://www.dundee.ac.uk/english/everyman.htm

For £12.50 (includes postage), the video can be purchased from Dr. J-A
George (j.a.george@@@@@@@@@@dundee.ac.uk)
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