DocuSeek, the premier search site for independent documentary videos, has been updated and redesigned for the 2001-2002 school year.
Tailored specifically to meet the needs of the academic community, DocuSeek allows users to simultaneously search through the complete collections of several leading documentary film distributors -- all from one convenient location:
The New DocuSeek site has...
A cleaner more user-friendly layout.
A more advanced and capable search facility: DocuSeek is now able to search for videos according to general subject, geographic area, producer/director, release year, closed captioning, and study guide availability - in addition to grade level, length, format, title and keyword.
New comprehensive resource pages with links to important academic associations, journals, and web sites.
Over 2,100 documentary films and videos!
A one-stop research & shop tool, DocuSeek facilitates the efforts of librarians, educators, professors and other film & video users looking for quality titles which might otherwise be difficult to find.
Currently, the collections of Bullfrog Films, Fanlight Productions, First Run/Icarus Films, Frameline, New Day Films and Women Make Movies are included in DocuSeek.
For more information, please visit the DocuSeek web site - http://www.docuseek.com
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