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Re: video/film documentaries?
In message <199905261859.TAA11548@vmail1.cerbernet.co.uk>, Niven
Sinclair <email@example.com> writes
>At 08:59 25/05/99 -0700, you wrote:
>>Greetings to all...
>>I am not from Sinclair lineage, though the history of your clan is most
>>fascinating. I have only just begun to unravel the various connections
>>with the Templars, Masons, Rosslyn Chapel, Prince Henry's New World
>>voyage(s), Oak Island, etc. Each pull of this thread brings in so much
>>more to explore. I am a Mason -- my daughter recently joined Rainbow for
>>Girls along with her best friend down the street. I discovered just last
>>week that her friend's grandmother (Eastern Star) is a Sinclair and
>>regularly receives the clan newsletter! I had a very nice discussion with
>>her and her husband regarding Prince Henry.
>>More to the point: I am considering the possibility of shooting a
>>documentary about Prince Henry Sinclair's New World explorations. I'd
>>like to find out if any such work has already been done. Does anyone
>>Please understand that I am not particularly interested in the commercial
>>potential of such a film. I am a college professor in the field of video
>>production and media arts. If I were to attempt this documentary, it
>>would be as a sabbatical project in order to maintain professional
>>skills. I really hadn't considered this until after I was well into
>>researching the Templars for my own enjoyment. I was stunned that I'd
>>never heard of Prince Henry's voyages before -- this is a huge part of
>>North American history that the general public seems to know nothing
>>I honestly don't know if I would be able to take on such a project, but I
>>can't help thinking about the possibility. As I mentioned above, I'd
>>appreciate any knowledge of existing video or film documentaries about
>>Prince Henry Sinclair and related subjects (or even any fictional works).
>>I'd also welcome your thoughts as to the creation of such a project.
>>Associate Professor, Media Arts
>>Glendale Community College, California, USA
>For the attention of Professor Michael Petros.
>Yes, a great deal of filming has already taken place. We have over 90
>hours of material
>which was shot all the way from the Holy Land to Rhode Island and most
>places in between.
>We have filmed on land, on sea and from the air.
>Currently, there is a film being made by Greystone Films, North Holywood.
>Herz 818 762 2900 x 239 and, in Canada, you should contact Bob Hutt of
>Films on 902 689 2638.
>All my footage is in Canada on N.T.S.C. Betacam and, if your work is purely
>purposes, I could authorise your use of the material.
>We will also be making 3 x Templar fIlms in this country.
>I agree that an important episode in American history should be more widely
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-Pleased to hear of your interest please keep me informed. jean haddow e-
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